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Paying Homage to Cliff Floyd
- Updated: January 6, 2013
There it is the Big 40 Cake with a pic of my Fam!!!Love It!!Im about to get it in!! twitter.com/sleepy30/statu…
— cliff floyd (@sleepy30) December 5, 2012
I don’t know what it is, but I always had a special affinity for Cliff (whose real first name is Cornelius).
Throughout his stay in New York, he was always classy, and he was a solid player while he was here. Here are the numbers.
- 2003: 108 games, .290, 18 HR, 68 RBI
- 2004: 113 games, .260 18 HR, 63 RBI
- 2005: 150 games, .273, 34 HR, 98 RBI
- 2006: 97 games, .244, 11 HR, 44 RBI
I will never forget an at-bat he had against Brenden Donnelly when the Mets were playing the Angels. He hit a bomb that was just foul, and then followed by blasting a game-winner to right center. Cliff had one of the sweetest swings in the game.