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Staten Island Yankees: Hitter Of The Year

A team that was built around pitching turned out to have a very strong offense as well. That, in all likelihood, is the reason that the Staten Island Yankees were a championship winning club in 2005. But, the question remains, who was the best of the best in the Baby Bombers' lineup?

It wasn't an explosive offense, nor was it an offense that would out slug the opponent with home run after home run. The Staten Island Yankees were a systematic offense that would manufacture as many runs as their pitching staff needed. It was a solid lineup, one that was in the middle of the pack in team batting. But, what they did best was put the ball in play. In fact, only Tri-City... Recommended Stories

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