May 24, 2017

Are 1800s Innings Pitched Totals Valid?

April 9, 2013 by · 1 Comment 

Should the enormous innings pitched totals of hurlers in the nineteenth century be adjusted based on the distance thrown? In order to compare eras, let’s take a closer look at the progression of distances from the pitching “box” to home plate since 1876. 1876-1880: 45 feet 1881-1892: 50 feet 1893-2013: 60 feet 6 in In […]

The Day of the (Starting) Pitcher

April 6, 2012 by · 2 Comments 

So we’re one day into the new baseball season, and most of what we’ve seen is great starting pitching. Even though the Mets moved in the outfield fences at Citi Field, the Mets and Braves managed to scratch out one puny run between them. Kyle Lohse didn’t allow a hit to the Marlins until the […]

Seamheads.com Partners with The Baseball Gauge, Meebo.com

June 18, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

I’m proud and thrilled to announce that we at Seamheads.com have merged with one entity and formed a partnership with another that we feel will enhance your Seamheads.com experience while bringing you terrific new content from our friends at The Baseball Gauge and Meebo.com. Dan Hirsch, founder and sole contributor to The Baseball Gauge, has […]