Russell Martin has gone nuts

April, 23, 2011
4/23/11
6:36
PM PT

Rob Carr/Getty ImagesRussell Martin is congratulated after his second home run tonight.
Russell Martin has hit two home runs tonight and now has six in 16 games with the Yankees. In 97 games with the Dodgers last season, he hit five.

Martin has a .400 on-base percentage and .722 slugging percentage in 2011. There was always the chance he would bounce back, but this is ridiculous.

Here's how some other recent ex-Dodgers are doing this season (stats through Friday).

OPS (Plate appearances)
1.000 (17) Reed Johnson, Cubs
.983 (56) Russell Martin, Yankees
.980 (58) Wilson Betemit, Royals
.810 (59) J.D. Drew, Red Sox
.750 (16) Andruw Jones, Yankees
.736 (91) Ryan Theriot, Cardinals
.700 (33) Andy LaRoche, A's
.658 (54) Jim Thome, Twins
.646 (82) Orlando Hudson, Padres
.646 (16) Blake DeWitt, Cubs
.637 (59) Wilson Valdez, Phillies
.628 (94) Juan Pierre, White Sox
.343 (15) Jason Repko, Twins
.182 (12) Chin-Lung Hu, Mets
.118 (17) Manny Ramirez, Rays
.000 (7) Cody Ross, Giants


ERA (Innings)
2.16 (8 1/3) Danys Baez, Phillies
3.18 (22 2/3) Randy Wolf, Brewers
3.21 (14) Guillermo Mota, Giants
3.25 (27 2/3) Derek Lowe, Braves
3.51 (25 2/3) Edwin Jackson, White Sox
3.86 (4 2/3) George Sherrill, Braves
5.40 (5) Octavio Dotel, Blue Jays
6.00 (3) Joe Beimel, Rockies
8.44 (21 1/3) Brad Penny, Tigers
8.59 (7 1/3) Will Ohman, White Sox
9.00 (2) Takashi Saito, Braves
10.13 (18 2/3) James McDonald, Pirates

McDonald has allowed 16 earned runs in his past eight innings. Penny threw seven innings of one-hit, shutout ball today to lower his ERA to 6.35 and beat Jackson, who allowed seven runs.

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