A team of Garret Andersons

August, 2, 2010
8/02/10
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The Dodgers have had 602 plate appearances since the All-Star Break, close to the equivalent of a single individual season. Their offense in that time: .199 batting average, .268 on-base percentage and .297 slugging percentage. By comparison, Garret Anderson's numbers for the season are not much different – or aren't different enough, anyway: .184/208/.276.

Before the break, the Dodgers were at .269/.338/.406. Now that's different.

Averaging 4.8 runs per game before the break, the Dodgers have averaged 2.1 since.
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TEAM LEADERS

WINS LEADER
Clayton Kershaw
WINS ERA SO IP
21 1.77 239 198
OTHER LEADERS
BAY. Puig .296
HRA. Gonzalez 27
RBIA. Gonzalez 116
RY. Puig 92
OPSY. Puig .863
ERAC. Kershaw 1.77
SOC. Kershaw 239