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Geek wrote:People can find all kinds of numbers to support one guy over another. Here are some numbers that actually support Jeter:
Times on base: 1st
Batting average: 2nd
On-base percentage: 4th
As a #2 hitter, his job was in that lineup was to get hits and get on base. Nobody got on base more than Derek Jeter did in 2006. The 34 SB's and 97 RBI's are gravy.
I probably wouldn't have voted for him, but it's not like he's a shockingly bad choice.
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