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Granderson led the Yankee offense in 2011.
Last season, the New York Yankees had one of the best offenses in the Major Leagues.
They ranked second in runs with 867, first in home runs with 222, second in RBIs with 836, first in walks with 627, fourth in steals with 147, and seventh in batting average with a .263.
Some more numbers for you. Last season, the Yankees were only shut out in eight games. They scored one run in nine games, two runs in 11 games, three runs in 21 games, four runs in 28 games, and five or more runs in 85 games.
They scored 10 runs or more in 17 games. That is only one less than being shut out or scoring only one run combined. In one season.
Needless to say, the Yankees have one of the most potent offenses in the game today. Last season the team was led by Center Fielder Curtis Granderson, who hit 41 home runs and drove in 119 runs.
Look for the Yanks to coast to an AL East title behind the strength of their offense yet again this season.