Archive | August, 2009

Early MLB games this week: Barely one month to go

As Marty mentioned yesterday, it’s incredible to think that tomorrow marks the beginning of the final month of the regular season.  There have been countless great moments already and they have set up an exciting climax that will surely involve many twists and turns.    As we count down these final weeks of regular season play, the […]

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This Week in MLB

It’s hard to believe we’re almost in September already, and the regular season only has about five more weeks until we know who’ll be partaking in October baseball. As many of you know, September is the month when the regular MLB roster switches from 25 to 40. For those teams not in contention, this gives […]

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: If the Mets didn’t have bad luck …

Many smart people have devoted countless hours to analysing all aspects of baseball over the years.  They have challenged preconceptions and conceived wisdom, attempting to strip away the vagaries of luck to reach clear conclusions based on solid evidence.  I find much of it interesting and thought-provoking, but I’m afraid the Mets’ 2009 season has […]

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You Are the Scorer: Number 43

Scenario: The starting pitcher issues a walk to the first batter in the top of the ninth and is relieved. The reliever also issues a walk but then, before pitching to the third batter of the inning, manages to pick off the runner at second. The third batter then hits a 2-run homer, but this […]

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