Who do you think should bat third for the Sox?

April 6, 2011 at 1:20 am | Posted in Baseball caps, Fox Hats, MLB Hats, NFL Caps, Red Bull Hats, sports | Leave a comment
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Perhaps channeling his close Jimy Williams, Red Sox administrator Terry Francona has now unleashed yet addition new briefing for Tuesday’s affray in Cleveland.

That’s four altered lineups in four amateur compared to application the aforementioned calendar in anniversary of the aboriginal four amateur endure season. In fact, the alone bank amateur to get in any of the aboriginal four amateur of 2010 was one pinch-hitting actualization by Jeremy Hermida (fist bang to Tony Lee for that info).

The a lot of notable change to the calendar for Game 4 of the approved division is that additional baseman Dustin Pedroia, who has spent the majority of his above alliance career in the No. 2 hole, has been slid aback to the No. 3 slot. Carl Crawford, who hit both third and seventh over the weekend, will bat second.

Do you like seeing Pedroia, the 2008 AL MVP hitting third?

He’s fabricated 45 career bowl actualization as the Sox’ No. 3 hitter and has a .275 batting boilerplate with three homers and seven RBIs. Pedey has apparent over 1,800 bowl appearances as the additional hitter and owns a .313 batting boilerplate to go with 42 homers and 198 RBIs.

Crawford, meanwhile, has spent the majority of his career in the No. 2 hole, as well. In able-bodied over 2,500 bowl appearances, Crawford has a .305 batting boilerplate to go with 400 runs denticulate and 304 RBIs. Batting third in 860 bowl appearances, the larboard fielder has hit .291 with 108 runs and 107 RBIs.

Where do you like Dustin Pedroia batting in the Red Sox lineup?



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