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Raul Ibanez reacts after striking out with the

Raul Ibanez reacts after striking out with the bases loaded in the fifth inning against the Kansas City Royals. (May 22, 2012) Credit: Jim McIsaac

After going 0-for-13 with runners in scoring position on Monday night, the Yankees are batting .223 with runners in scoring position, next to last in the AL. All of their regulars are hitting below their career norms in those situations:

PLAYER AB H .AVG CAREER .AVG
Raul Ibanez 39 10 .256 .298
Derek Jeter 35 10 .286 .302
Curtis Granderson 33 7 .212 .252
Nick Swisher 47 10 .213 .234
Mark Teixeira 45 9 .200 .302
Robinson Cano 36 6 .167 .271
Alex Rodriguez 40 6 .150 .298
Russell Martin 20 3 .150 .264

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