White Sox Position Players Get Their Grades

Posted: 15th September 2009 by Joe Slowik in MLB
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Now that the baseball season is winding to a close and the races are essentially over, it's time to look back and evaluate what went on in 2009. The Sox were picked to finish in third place by most publications and that is exactly where they are right now. Though they were in the race for the division most of the year, they never built enough momentum to take a lead and fell out of the race in late August. So what went right and what went wrong? I've broken down the performance of the Sox hitters by position and assigned a grade. I'm leaning mostly towards offensive production, though defense is a factor.   Catcher—B+ A.J. Pierzynski was one of the most productive catchers in the league at the plate this year. He is hitting .312 on the year with a .797 OPS, good for fourth ...

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