If there were such a thing, Curtis Granderson would be the Yankees’ ALDS MVP. He hit .455 with three RBIs, a double and a triple. The Yankees had three great starting pitching performances and a lights out Mariano Rivera, but no one contributed to the series victory as much as Granderson.
Did you expect Granderson to get off to a hot start in the postseason? I can’t say I expected it, but I’m certainly not shocked by it.
*Didn’t include May because he only played in five games
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