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Solving Major League Baseball’s Marketing Problem

February 10, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

The National Football League concluded another season with the most watched show in the history of American television, breaking a record held by last year’s Super Bowl and so on. Of course, 114 million pair of eyes on one whale of a football game means baseball is dying, right? Certainly, a sport dragging in $9 […]

Triple Milestone Targets 2013

September 8, 2013 by · 1 Comment 

With four weeks to go, only two players are on target for triple milestones of a .300 batting average, 30 home runs and 100 RBIs but six others are close.  Only one pitcher is on target for the milestones of 20 wins, 200 strikeouts and an ERA less than 3.00.  No other pitchers are close. […]

Chris Davis is the real Home Run King

July 13, 2013 by · 4 Comments 

After hitting his 36th home run on Saturday Davis has reached a pace to put him at 61 by the end of the season. This continues to be the number by which baseball fans use to denote a record setting campaign. We brush aside Bonds, McGwire and Sosa because of the steroid allegations (and admittance) […]

Mid Season Triple Milestones

July 5, 2013 by · 1 Comment 

With most teams reaching the season mid-point by playing their 81st game of the season last weekend, its time to take a look at players that are on target for the triple milestones of a .300 batting average, 30 home runs and 100 RBIs and pitchers on target for 20 wins, 200 strikeouts and an […]

Clearing The Bases

March 21, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Welcome to the first day of spring and if you live in the Northeast well then you know it’s about 30 degrees and snowing, not exactly good news for MLB, when the season will begin in about 10 days.  Today we will complete our rankings with the outfielders.  I’m not going to rank designated hitters […]

Reporte de Las Ligas Mayores / Mes de Marzo‏ (Report of the Majors / March)

March 30, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Todo a punto para comenzar una nueva temporada del mejor béisbol del Mundo : Las Grandes Ligas. Este año será más emocionante, ya que habrá dos nuevos lugares para la postemporada, por lo que las posibilidades de jugar en octubre se amplían.Ahora se tendrán 10 invitados en playoffs, los 3 campeones divisionales y dos comodines.  […]

Kemp Unanimous Pick For NL Stan Musial Award

October 28, 2011 by · 2 Comments 

Bautista holds off Ellsbury in American League There were some outstanding performances this year in Major League Baseball.  However, one clearly stood out from the pack. Los Angeles Dodger outfielder Matt Kemp was named the National League Stan Musial Award winner for 2011 in voting held by the Baseball Bloggers Alliance.  Kemp received all 15 […]

Antonio “Tony” Armas , Un pelotero completo‏ (Antonio “Tony” Armas, a complete player)

October 8, 2011 by · 1 Comment 

A propósito de la captura del titulo de bateo de Miguel Cabrera, y por supuesto, la pronta inauguración de la temporada de béisbol en Venezuela. es importante recordar el primer jonrón de Antonio Armas en nuestro béisbol nacional. decimos lo primero,porque peloteros como Cabrerita,Maglio Ordoñez, Sandoval, un poquito mas hacia atrás en el tiempo, Andres […]

Triple Milestones–Final 2011

October 1, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Seven players reached the milestones of a .300 batting average, 30 home runs and 100 RBI this year. Four American Leaguers and three National Leaguers made it.  The only repeaters are Miguel Cabrera and Paul Konerko. The three National Leaguers who made it last year, Albert Pujols, Joey Votto and Carlos Gonzalez fell short but Pujols […]

¿Verlander, Cabrera O Ellsbury Para Mvp (Cabrera, Verlander, Ellsbury for MVP)

September 30, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Va estar candente la votación por el MVP este año, yo creo que se lo deben dar a Jacoby Ellsbury, pero esa es mi opinión que, como la del muerto, “no cuenta”. Por ejemplo, ahí está Justin Verlander, un tipo que su única temporada perdedora fue la del 2008 con 11-17 durante 7 campañas que […]

Termino La Regular…Comienza el Juego De Verdad (Finished the Regular Season…Real Game Begins)

September 30, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Se termino la temporada regular de las grandes ligas. este mes de septiembre supero con creces la emociones de Agosto. Todo definido. Listos los equipos para la siguiente fase. Al hacer el análisis de este periodo ,tenemos que comentar por obligatorio,por extraordinario , lo ocurrido en los últimos días del campeonato regular. En el Este […]

“Nobody’s Perfect”

June 23, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Just one step away. One break. We all know the feeling. What separates us is what we do when the moment comes and what we have learned to prepare us. That’s what this week’s read, “Nobody’s Perfect,” is about. The “almost-perfect game” is merely part of the story. Read Armando Galarraga and Jim Joyce’s story […]

2011 Pre-Season Preview: AL Central – Detroit Tigers

March 27, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Tigers 1B Miguel Cabrera Detroit Tigers (2010 record: 81-81) The Detroit Tigers finished the 2009 season tied for first place in the AL Central (86-76) after having relinquished a seven-game lead to the Minnesota Twins during the last four weeks of the season. They then lost a one-game playoff in The Metrodome in 12 innings, […]

Clearing The Bases

March 9, 2011 by · 1 Comment 

Clearing The Bases                                                                                                                                          March 9, 2011 By George Kurtz Today we will go over our top 20 First Basemen.  This is a loaded position with some of the best hitters in the game.  Generally I like to wait to grab a 1B seeing as though the position is so deep.  That being said there will […]

Clearing The Bases

March 8, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

It’s that time of year again where all of us fantasy players are gearing up for our fantasy draft.  Some of us may have already had a draft or two as some leagues like to get it out of the way early.  Personally I prefer drafting as late in spring training as possible so that […]

Here We Go Again… Benders abound for the Bengals

February 17, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Back in the fall of 2009 Miguel Cabrera went on a bender the last weekend of the season and wound up in the drunk tank at the local jail here in Metro Detroit.  This story has already been told before and if you are interested in the details –just Google it.  The problem is that […]

Red Sox Acquire Miller, Deal Richardson to Marlins

November 12, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

From 2004 through 2006 the University of North Carolina boasted a pair of starters that many considered surefire MLB prospects. The MLB Draft came up that June and with the 6th pick in the first round the Detroit Tigers selected left-hander Andrew Miller. Later, with the 28th pick in the first round, the Boston Red […]

Breaking Down The MVP Candidates

October 2, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

While the Cy Young debate in the American League is getting a lot of attention, the Most Valuable Player award is not. Although it is discussed occasionally, people are not giving it the attention that it deserves. The front-runner(s) at this point are Robinson Cano, Miguel Cabrera, and Josh Hamilton. All have had incredible seasons, but […]

Player of the Fortnight vol. 3

August 26, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

It’s been a few weeks since we handed out any hardware, so we’re excited to present our third edition of Players of the Fortnight. (All stats courtesy of the inestimably valuable Fangraphs.)

2010 midseason awards

July 14, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

MVP: Robinson Cano It’s hard to deny Cano’s talent the most valuable player award for the first half. Despite his numbers — his batting average is fifth in all of baseball — Cano has been the center piece of a Yankee team that holds the best record in baseball. With Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira and […]

Beware the Derby

July 6, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

The participants have been announced for the 2010 Home Run Derby. Among the participants are Miguel Cabrera of the Tigers and Robinson Cano of the Yankees. The Tigers and Yankees are both wrapped up in tight races in their respective divisions, and these two players are significant, essential pieces to their teams. Other participants include […]