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But Cal was still a serviceable defender, and they didn't bat him 2nd all year.

Yea, Cal batted 5th/6th/7th almost all year. And that was on a team with a heart of the order that included Jeff Conine, Larry Bigbie, David Segui and Jay Gibbons. Cal actually batted 7th in his last game, in this cringe-worthy lineup:

Raines

Matos

Conine

Richard

Batista

Anderson

Ripken

Gil

Hairston

Hargrove had the stones to bat Ripken 7th, and Cal was fine with it. Sir Jeter and Girardi had to put up a facade and pretend he was still good.

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Charles Durham1 hour ago

WHO EVER SAID THAT the acorn doesn't fall far from the oak tree obviously never met the sons of the boss. what losers and with next years line up it isn't going to get any better except perhaps at shortstop/ with tex, the roidster and BELTRAN clogging up the middle of the line up , they will be eliminated earlier. all of a sudden after three straight sub 250 years tex is going to become a batting champ. unless daddys little boys sell, this team is dead in the water . yes by all means, give cashman and girardi ten year extentions...there performances were off the charts...

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