Quick Comparison of Current and Former Red Sox Second Basemen

Mark Bellhorn, 2005: .216/.328/.360
Mark Bellhorn, Pawtucket Red Sox: “He went 0 for 5 last night in a 10-6 loss at Rochester, and is hitting a paltry .111 (5 for 45) in 11 games. He has a homer and 5 RBIs, but also just three walks and 15 strikeouts.”
Tony Graffanino, 2005: .314/.381/.419
Tony Graffanino, Boston Red Sox: .358/.394/.493 (not including today – so far is 1-2 with a RBI)
Dead Sea Lamprey, 2005: .000/.000/.000
Dead Sea Lamprey, Boston Red Sox: .000/.000/.000
Ramon Vazquez, 2005: .200/.235/.246
Ramon Vazquez, Boston Red Sox: .197/.234/.230
Alex Cora, 2005: .216/.256/.294
Alex Cora, Boston Red Sox: .255/.280/.319 (not including today – so far is 1-2, RBI, double)
Bang up job at fixing the second base issue. The only unfortunate thing occuring is that Matt Clement couldn’t build on his previous start and currently has a line of 3 IP, 7 H, 5 ER, 1 BB, 2 K… it is becoming a concern.