The Dodgers made franchise history yesterday as they went 10-0 at home since Opening Day. They are going to try and make it 13 and break a MLB record.
As for Andre, I am guessing the highlight of his week is going to be his walk-off single to end Saturday’s game in the 10th.
Now for his Sunday stats for the week of 4/26 thru 5/3.
Games – 26
ABs – 94
TPA – 114
Runs – 19 (tied for 2nd on the team and tied for 7th in the NL)
NP – 499 (1st on the team with Matt behind him at 439 and 1st in the NL with Cory Hart behind him with at 477)
Average number of pitches per at bat – 4.37
Hits – 29 (tied for 2nd on the team and 7th in the NL)
HR – 2 (tied for 1st on the team and tied for 5th in the NL)
XBH – 12 (tied for 2nd on the team and tied for 5th in the NL)
RBI – (1st on the team and 3rd in the NL)
TB – 51 (tied for 2nd on the team and tied for 7th in the NL)
BB – 16 (tied for 2nd on the team and tied for 5th in the NL)
SO – 16 (6th on the team and not in the top 50 in the NL – a good thing)
SB – 1
OBP – .421
SLG – .543
AVE – .309
OPS – .964
SF – 1
HBP – 3
IBB – 5 (2nd on the team and tied for 2nd in the NL)
GDP – 1st on the team and 1st in the NL (not such a great stat)
Just a couple of observations. Almost all the batting stats where he is 2nd or tied for 2nd usually involves Manny or O-Dog, and for Andre to be among the top 10 in almost all of these categories in the NL is just fantastic IMO,and if he keeps this going, he will be ready to take a position in the outfield during the 2009 All-Star Game.