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Crazy thing about fast/slow starts

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Seems like just the other day that Laird was hitting .114 and Kinsler .320. Now, Blalock is at .292, Teixeira .283, Sosa .277, and Kinsler is only hitting .255. Even Gerald Laird is only 46 points behind Ian.

Also, that wondrous bench core of Hairston/Kata is down to .227 and .293. Something tells me they'll both be flirting with the Mendoza line soon.

Disclaimer: Obviously, batting averages are what they are, don't think that I'm saying they're the whole story. Kinsler probably still has the highest OPS and EqA on the team. It's just illustrative of how quickly things can change after slow or fast starts.