The Ten Greatest Hitting Duos Of 2010
Yea lets look at two guys who can make one lineup into 50. Almost every team has one really good hitter, some have two.
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Ian Kinsler and Nelson Cruz. Have 30 homers each, if they both hit .280+ they would proabably be ranked higher. Hamilton is welcome if he is healthy.
David Ortiz and Dustin Pedroia. Hopefully Pedroia can bat .300 again and Papi can hit 25+ homers.
Hanley Ramirez and Dan Uggla. They are at #8 because I honestly don't trust Uggla. He is a good player, but I just can't help but think, and worry about if he will continue.
Chone Figgins ands Ichiro Suzuki. They may not have the homerun power that other duo's have, these guys will combine to hit .600+ with major stolen bases. Talk about two leadoff men. Ichiro is sa bad he only goes by one name. Ichiro.
Evan Longoria and Carlos Pena. Two amazing hitters loking to put Tampa Bay right back on top.
They get some bonus points because Longoria is a third baseman, same as me.
The new Twin towers Mauer and Morneau. These guys can flat out hit.
Ryan Howard and Chase Utley. Howard's K's keep these guys out of third place.
Prince Fielder, Ryan Braun. You got power for 35+ homers from each, and a .320+ AVG from Braun.
Ryan looks like he is messing around, Prince looks like he really wanted to hit him. Get him with the knee, he isn't watching the knee!
Mark Texiera and A-Rod. I'm not explaining this one.
Albert Pujols and Matt Holliday. You can't argue with this pick. Pujols could support every team in the NL by himself. With the rotation of Sidney Ponson, Steve Traschel, and Kip Wells. Holliday, man he can hit. I welcome a .320, 30+ homers, 100 RBI from both guys this year.
Yea Yadi, you got the nice average stick and gold glove, you can be in the picture with the greats.
Some other dynamic duo's.
Lance Berkman and Carlos Lee.
Afonso Soriano and Aramis Ramirez.
David Wright and Carlos Beltran.