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Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Nady Continues to Shine

After today's double-header, Xavier Nady is batting a ridiculous .412/.459/.824 with 11 RBIs. Those are Playstation numbers. I mean, his ISP is .412. That's higher than some guys' SLG%. If you lop .100 off all of his numbers, they still look good. Who would be upset if Nady turned in a line of .312/.359/.724? That's still outstanding.

Nady's .412 Batting Average, 3 Home Runs & 11 Runs Batted In also have him in the top five in the NL of all three categories. He ranks 5th, 5th, and 3rd respectively. A triple-crown possibility? Of course not, but X is off to a ridiculous start.


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