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« Pitchers who have allowed the most extra base hits | Main | The Triple Crown Watch »

The Triple Crown watch (overall and post-All Star break)

AL Batting Average

Rk Player BA
1 Miguel Cabrera .326
2 Joe Mauer .323
3 Mike Trout .320
4 Derek Jeter .318
5 Adrian Beltre .318
Provided by Baseball-Reference.comView Play Index Tool Used
Generated 9/28/2012.

AL Homers

Rk Player HR
1 Josh Hamilton 43
2 Edwin Encarnacion 42
3 Miguel Cabrera 42
4 Adam Dunn 41
5 Curtis Granderson 40
Provided by Baseball-Reference.comView Play Index Tool Used
Generated 9/28/2012.


Rk Player RBI
1 Miguel Cabrera 133
2 Josh Hamilton 125
Provided by Baseball-Reference.comView Play Index Tool Used Generated 9/28/2012.

Since the All-Star break (minimum 200 at bats)

AL Batting Average

Since the break, Keppinger is hitting .361 against lefties and .337 against righties

Jeff Keppinger .343
Torii Hunter .340
Billy Butler .339
Nick Markakis .335
Derek Jeter .330
Miguel Cabrera .329
Erick Aybar .329

AL Homers

Cabrera has gone deep all over the field and hit 12 of his 24 homers on fastballs

Miguel Cabrera 24
Adrian Beltre 20
Edwin Encarnacion 19
B.J. Upton 19
Curtis Granderson 17


Since the break, Hunter is hitting .408 with runners in scoring position

Miguel Cabrera 62
Torii Hunter 53
Billy Butler 52
Edwin Encarnacion 52
Albert Pujols 51
Josh Hamilton 50
Josh Willingham 50

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