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The Analyst
Steve Hirdt/The Elias Sports Bureau
June 22, 1992
Under a CloudWith more than a third of the season gone, it's clear that for some teams, certain positions are producing little offensive thunder. Here's a look, position by position, at the game's biggest trouble spots (measured by batting average, homers and RBIs). Statistics include the performances by all of a team's players at the position in question, but we've listed only the primary offenders, those who have played the most games there.
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June 22, 1992

The Analyst

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BATTING AVG.

HOME RUNS

RBI

LF CUBS
Derrick May, Jerome Walton

.194

1

14

CF TIGERS
Milt Cuyler

.227

3

24

RF WHITE SOX
Dan Pasqua, Mike Huff

.193

3

20

SS ROYALS
Rico Rossy, Curt Wilkerson

.166

1

13

2B METS
Willie Randolph

.237

1

13

3B CUBS
Gary Scott, Doug Strange

.158

2

18

1B PIRATES
Orlando Merced, Jeff King

.220

2

15

C ASTROS
Eddie Taubensee, Scott Servais

.193

0

15

DH WHITE SOX
George Bell, Tim Raines

.207

2

20

Through June 13

Under a Cloud
With more than a third of the season gone, it's clear that for some teams, certain positions are producing little offensive thunder. Here's a look, position by position, at the game's biggest trouble spots (measured by batting average, homers and RBIs). Statistics include the performances by all of a team's players at the position in question, but we've listed only the primary offenders, those who have played the most games there.

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

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