Last year, we chose some ingredients we thought would see growth in a 12-month period extending into 2010. If the industry were a game of baseball, we ended up batting .643 with 24 total bases in 14 trips to the plate for a slugging percentage of 1.714. Hall of Fame numbers, that. (The Major League Baseball all-time record for slugging percentage - .863 - is held by Barry Bonds.)
Refer to the chart to see where we struck out or had a home run.