Is One Bigger Than Five?
|Team A||Team B|
|Players with 3+ hits||4||4|
|Players with 5+ hits||1||0|
|Players with 2+ RBIs||5||2|
|Players scoring 2+ runs||4||2|
- During the season, the Angels averaged a paltry 2.8 walks a game, good for 24th in the majors. But over both of their playoff series, the entire team averaged…I still don’t believe this…0.9 walks per game (nine walks in 10 games).
Hideki Matsui’s five Game 3 hits in 2004 is more than any Angel over the entirety of this year's series!
- Late Breaking News: The Yankees achieved a rare (I think) esoteric feat in that game: six consecutive batters in their order drove in a different number of runs.
Slot Player RBIs 3 Sheffield 4 4 Matsui 5 5 Williams 3 6 Posada 1 7 Sierra 2 8 Olerud 0