Beat the Streak Report: Tuesday, Aug. 12

Picks of the day
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Brian Roberts, 2B, Orioles

  • 4-for-6 (.666) vs. CLE LHP Jeremy Sowers
  • .370 AVG during 13-game hit streak

Garret Anderson, OF, Angels

  • 9-for-21 (.429) vs. SEA LHP Jarrod Washburn
  • .409 AVG during 16-game hit streak

Yesterday’s picks, results

David Wright: 2-for-5
Aubrey Huff: 1-for-5
    
arodBST3.jpgTop 5 current leaders
(yesterday’s pick)

1. bassman, 34 games (Alex Rodriguez)
2. eduneversaydie, 29 (David Wright)
2. vidrohater, 29 (Joe Mauer)
4. cali_kid, 28 (Joe Mauer)
4. jpsteeleaz69, 28 (Jose Reyes)
   
BTS season leader:  Robert Paradise, 48
BTS all-time leader: Michael Karatzia, 49
MLB all-time leader: Joe DiMaggio, 56 

Yesterday’s results

BTS leader bassman inched one step to closer to the record books last night thanks to Alex Rodriguez, who went 1-for-3 in New York’s loss to the Twins. A-Rod swatted a first-inning single off Minnesota hurler Glen Perkins to extend bassman’s streak to 34 games.

mauerBTS2.jpgThe rest of the Top 5 all received key contributions to keep pace with the leader. Second-place fan eduneversaydie capitalized on David Wright’s 2-for-5 night to stretch his streak to 29 games. Fellow second-place competitor vidrohater, along with third-place fan cali_kid, both saw their streaks continue courtesy of Joe Mauer, who delivered a first-inning single of Sidney Ponson in a 1-for-2 effort. Competitor jpsteeleaz69, who shares a tie for fourth place with cali_kid, stayed in the hunt after Jose Reyes went 2-for-5 against Zach Duke and the Pittsburgh ‘pen.

Jpsteeleaz69 was one of 7.6 percent of fans that made Reyes yesterday’s most-picked player. Albert Pujols, who was chosen by 5.4% of fans, was the only one of yesterday’s most-picked players that didn’t pull through. The All-Star first baseman was held hitless in four trips to the dish against Anibal Sanchez and the Marlins relievers.

Yesterday’s Top 5 most selected players

1. Jose Reyes (NYM): 7.6%, (2-for-5)
2. Alex Rodriguez (NYY): 7.3%, (1-for-3)
3. David Wright (NYM): 6.6%, (2-for-5)
4. Albert Pujols (STL): 5.4%, (0-for-3)
5. Manny Ramirez (LAD): 5.0%, (2-for-3)

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