2007 Topps Co-Signers #7 Curtis Granderson
6.3 Wins Above Replacement
After giving the Detroit Tigers' fans a glimpse of his talent in 2006, Curtis Granderson burst onto the scene in 2007. Granderson finished the season with a .302 batting average with 28 doubles, 23 triples, and 23 home runs. He became the first player to join the 20-20-20 (doubles, triples, homers) since George Brett accomplished the feat in 1979. Granderson led the the league in triples and finished top ten in runs, slugging percentage, OPS, total bases, and extra base hits all while playing stellar defense in center field. He also finished 10th in the 2007 AL MVP race.
Loves to hit against Fausto Carmona: 17 for 39 with 3 homeruns (1.419 OPS)
Hates to hit against John Danks: 2 for 25 with 4 strikeouts (.195 OPS)