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No – to the shock of many – I do not have Albert Pujols winning AL MVP. Who do I have??? Read on…
Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro suggested, to writer Bob Brookover, that scouts shouldn’t rely too much on statistics when scouting the minors:
Amaro said statistical analysis should not be a big part of minor-league scouting.
“It’s just too difficult to really project what the numbers will say,” Amaro said. “I lived it myself. I [...]
I congratulate Mr. Verlander on his win. Keep Cabrera’s (or Granderson’s, or Ellsbury’s, or Bautista’s) MVP award well dusted and polished on your mantle.
Has anyone actually ever seen these two gentlemen together at the same time?
Yankees – Brewers: David vs. Goliath
…at least market-wise. New York, of course, plays in the largest media market in the game, compared to the Brewers, who play in the smallest (yet still regularly draw over 3 million fans). This would be a rematch of the 1981 special division series (when Milwaukee was an American League [...]
So I see ESPN’s Justin Verlander push and raise them with one of my own – Michael Young. Jump on the bandwagon now – we have plenty of room.
So in the spirit of “can Ichiro get 46 hits in 28 games” I ask you this – Can Jeter get 32 in 22 games and enter 2012 with 3100?
After a decade of 200 + hit seasons Ichiro has 154 in 2011 with 28 games left. The record is toast, right? Don’t be to sure…
Ken Rosenthal thinks the position player is always more valuable. Is he right?
But then again, I might be biased
“As we complete our second decade of service to Major League Baseball, our league’s re-branding adds a contemporary look to recognize our growth and impact on the baseball industry in addition to capturing the feel of our ideal location in Arizona.”
With that statement, Executive Director Steve Cobb announced changes to the upcoming Arizona Fall League [...]
This one’s pretty simple. We’re comparing the last batting champs for every team. No park adjustments, no era adjustments, not “who had the better season”…just who had the higher batting average. Enjoy!
Mariners @ Indians – Ichiro Suzuki (2004 – .372) over Bobby Avila (1954 – .341) [Can you believe the Indians had no batting champs [...]