|Johnny Damon (DET)||218||64||.294/.395/.431||3||18|
|Austin Jackson (DET)||250||77||.308/.352/.412||1||14|
|Hideki Matsui (LAA)||223||60||.269/.343/.444||9||39|
|Melky Cabrera (ATL)||185||46||.249/.312/.330||2||15|
|Xavier Nady (CHC)||92||23||.250/.330/.424||4||17|
|Jose Molina (Tor)||52||15||.288/.373/.327||0||4|
|Eric Hinske (ATL)||117||37||.316/.386/.556||4||24|
|Ian Kennedy (ARI)||13||82.1||3.17||71||1.12|
|Phil Coke (DET)||30||27||3.33||20||1.37|
|Brian Bruney (WAS)||19||17.2||7.64||16||2.32|
|Chien-Ming Wang (WAS)||--||--||--||--||--|
Notes on notables:
Austin Jackson: It seems he’s the only one the Yankees are really missing. He’d be an upgrade over Curtis Granderson right now, but only slightly, as Granderson has been great since returning from the DL. A-Jax added only four RBIs since the last update a month ago.
Hideki Matsui: He’s picked it up since the last update, adding five homers and 24 RBIs. He’s been a big part of the Angels’ offense since Kendry Morales’s freak injury.
Ian Kennedy: He continues to be a solid starter for Arizona. A 3.17 ERA is solid even for the National League. He has a 3-3 record for the last-place D’Backs.
Chien-Ming Wang: He still hasn’t pitched yet this year. He should be ready at some point in July.