|Johnny Damon (DET)||388||108||.278/.361/.425||7||39|
|Austin Jackson (DET)||436||132||.303/.355/.401||1||25|
|Hideki Matsui (LAA)||370||93||.251/.331/.416||15||59|
|Melky Cabrera (ATL)||349||94||.269/.329/.381||4||31|
|Xavier Nady (CHC)||169||39||.231/.304/.349||4||23|
|Jose Molina (Tor)||122||30||.246/.313/.377||4||9|
|Eric Hinske (ATL)||232||49||.254/.336/.461||9||42|
|Ian Kennedy (ARI)||24||146||4.38||124||1.25|
|Phil Coke (DET)||56||49.1||2.55||42||1.32|
|Brian Bruney (WAS)||19||17.2||7.64||16||2.32|
|Chien-Ming Wang (WAS)||--||--||--||--||--|
Notes on notables:
Melky Cabrera: Melky has finally picked up the pace for the Braves after an awful start. Since the last update, the Melk-Man is hitting .304 with a homer and seven RBIs.
Jose Molina: Slow-Mo-lina is in the midst of a rough stretch for the Blue Jays. All three of his averages dipped around 30 points since my last update.
Ian Kennedy: Kennedy has been a fairly steady presence in the D’Back rotation. But in his last six starts, only two have been quality.
Brian Bruney: Bruney hasn’t pitched for the Mets’ Triple-A team since July 27. He has a 3.18 ERA in 11-1/3 IP for the Bisons.
Chien-Ming Wang: The latest report on Wang is he’s scheduled for a side session this Friday, but recently the Nationals manager said he “isn’t counting on Wang” to return this season. Wang has pitched in just 27 games since 2008.