D. Jeter, SS: .297/.356/.388
C. Granderson, CF: .270/.374/.570
M. Teixeira, 1B: .251/.347/.503
A. Rodriguez, 3B: .287/.368/.479
R. Cano, 2B: .302/.345/.525
A. Jones, RF: .245/.349/.485
J. Montero, DH: .353/.450/.706
R. Martin, C: .241/.327/.420
B. Gardner, LF: .264/.353/.381
E. Aybar, SS: .267/.304/.397
H. Kendrick, 2B: .290/.343/.463
B. Abreu, DH: .253/.356/.363
T. Hunter, RF: .264/.335/.424
M. Trumbo, 1B: .256/.295/.481
A. Callaspo, 3B: .279/.354/.364
V. Wells, LF: .218/.252/.396
P. Bourjos, CF: .276/.328/.444
J. Mathis, C: .178/.228/.256
Back in 1726, Daniel Defoe said “Things as certain as death and taxes, can be more firmly believed.”
Benjamin Franklin used the more commonly known phrase “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes” in 1789.
Of course, Major League Baseball was not around at the time, so they can be forgiven for missing a third certainty.
That certainty is that the Yankees will always find a way to lose to the Angels.