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# Yankee Run Factor leaders at the break

Mark Teixeira #25 celebrates with Curtis Granderson #14 of the New York Yankees after Granderson's second home run of the night during the third inning against the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field. (July 5, 2011) Photo Credit: Getty Images

Here is a look at the Yankee Run Factor leaders going into the All-Star break. Curtis Granderson has been sitting No. 1 for most of the year with Alex Rodriguez, Robinson Cano and Mark Teixeira behind him. With A-Rod out for the the next four to six weeks, Cano and Teixeira could bounce him from the top three.

PLAYER G PA R RBI HR YRF/G YRF/PA
Curtis Granderson 87 383 79 63 25 1.345 .305
Alex Rodriguez  80 344 53 52 13 1.150 .267
Robinson Cano 87 368 57 57 15 1.138 .269
Mark Teixeira 87 383 52 65 25 1.057 .240
Nick Swisher 82 346 41 49 10 0.976 .231
Derek Jeter 68 321 42 24 3 0.926 .196
Francisco Cervelli 24 77 7 14 1 0.833 .260
Russell Martin 68 269 26 36 10 0.765 .193
Brett Gardner 87 306 43 18 4 0.655 .186
Eric Chavez 17 39 5 6 0 0.647 .282
Jorge Posada 73 258 20 29 9 0.548 .155
Eduardo Nunez 51 133 14 14 3 0.490 .188
Andruw Jones 36 97 8 12 4 0.444 .165
Chris Dickerson 31 23 5 3 0 0.258 .348
Ramiro Pena 13 25 3 1 1 0.231 .120
Gustavo Molina 3 6 0 0 0 0.000 .000

What is the Yankee Run Factor?

The Yankee Run Factor is a fairly simple statistical metric. It takes the "Runs produced" sabermetric created by Bill James and divides it in two different ways.

Equation 1

The first equation is R + RBI - HR / G = Runs produced per game, as indicated in the chart above as YRF/G.

Equation 2

The second equation is R + RBI - HR / PA = Runs produced per plate appearance, as indicated in the chart above as YRF/PA.

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