Hideki Matsui has absolutely crushed the ball all season long for the Yankees, and he has continued to do that in the postseason. So far, he has produced a line of .278/.422/.472 with two home runs and six runs batted in. He also put together a regular season that exceeded all expectations. Johnny Damon and Nick Swisher turned in equally impressive offensive seasons, but each has struggled mightily in the postseason. Damon's struggles have flown a bit under the radar, but he has hit just .220/.250/.360 with two homers and four runs batted in. I think the two home runs have spared him a bit of the criticism he deserves. Nick Swisher's postseason struggles have been well documented, and he was even benched in favor of Jerry Hairston Jr. for Game Two of the World Series. I was not in any way ...
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