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Another Interesting Curtis Granderson Stat

I’m watching the game and Curtis Granderson almost grounded into a double play.  Curtis amazingly has grounded into just one double play all season and if he finishes the season with just one, he’ll be only the fifth player in the last 27 years to ground into one double play or less and have more then 550 at bats.  He’d join Rafael Furcal (the last player to do it) in 2003, Brady Anderson and Craig Biggio in 1997 and Ellis Burks in his rookie season of 1987.  He’ll be in even more select company if he finishes with 600 at bats and less then one stolen base.  To date, Biggio and Furcal are the only players to do it since the ground into double play stat was kept track of back in 1939.

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