Like what? His 16 HR's as a lefty in YS are only the second time he's reached double-digits in his career.
Sure, the 2011 version of Ellsbury
Kind of agree with both of these thoughts. Girardi did a good job, with tremendous assistance from Rothschild. However, Joe did have some opportunities
also "pitcher-friendly ballpark"
He has more going for him than speed. He may wind up moving to left eventually but he should still hit for a decent average and be more than a singles
At the same time, I've gotta tip my cap to Joe for leading this comatose, pathetic offense to as many wins as he has. Not sure a more creative manager
If he has the opportunity, he should get two more starts.
Does anybody know if he's going to get the ligament looked at after the season