67 games, .275 average, 15 HRs, 57 RBIs
Next up is another player from an AL East team, since the unbalanced schedule makes those players even more dangerous. Longoria was limited to 133 games by injury last season, but he turned it around in the second half and reverted back to one of baseball's best hitters. In four seasons against the Red Sox, Longoria has shown tremendous power. Longoria even kills the Red Sox when he isn't playing them, hitting two home runs in last season's final game against the Yankees to clinch the AL wild card.