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Crede My Pick for Series MVP - - So Far, Anyway
Tuesday, October 25, 2005
Forget Konerko and Posednik. Forget Buehrle or even Contreras. After watching games 1 and 2 this weekend, I think that the Sox have a lot of thanks to offer to their third baseman. He’s only had two hits in the first two games of the Series, but one of them was a sweet home run. His 350 average and .789 (!) slugging percentage in the ALCS surely aren't to be overlooked. I predict a lot more power out of him in Houston with the short distance to the left field wall – only 315ft, a right-handed hitters dream, although the fence is tall. What really impresses me, though, is this kid’s defense. There were several balls that were just drilled down the third base line that Crede was able to dive and snag, and then still make the throw to first! After game 1 Houston’s Chris Burke praised his infield opponent in the “diary” he pens for MLB.com’s Baseball Perspectives, saying “you have to give Joe Crede credit. He played unbelievable [sic] tonight, in both aspects of the game.” Poor grammar aside, Chris Burke was right to commend Crede, though he may be choking on his words tonight when he grounds into a Crede-executed 6-4-3 double play tonight


posted by Yankees Chick @ Tuesday, October 25, 2005  
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