The Latino Decade Leaders In MLB: 2000-2009

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The Latino Decade Leaders In MLB: 2000-2009
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The 2010 season of Major League Baseball is to start in just a few days.


With the beginning of spring training, it is not only of a new year, but also a new decade.


To wrap up the debate that was, here is a list of the best Latinos of the past decade, the leaders for the years 2000-2009.



AVG.: Albert Pujols, .334

Games: Miguel Tejada, 1,581

At-Bats: Miguel Tejada, 6.263

Plate Appearances: Bobby Abreu, 6,932

Home Runs: Alex Rodriguez, 435

RBI: Alex Rodriguez, 1,243

Runs: Alex Rodriguez, 1,190

Total Bases: Alex Rodriguez, 3,362

Extra Base Hits: Albert Pujols, 767



ERA: Pedro Martinez, 3.01

Winning Percentage: Pedro Martinez, .691

Lowest Batting Avg.: Pedro Martinez, .216

Saves: Mariano Rivera, 397

Games Started: Livan Hernandez, 332

Innings Pitched: Livan Hernandez, 2,201.1

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