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Evolution of 500 Homerun Hitters

We look at how the MLB 500 home run club has evolved since Babe Ruth became its inaugural member and which active hitters have a chance to join the list in the next few seasons.

Six Players Most Impacted By The Recent Hall of Fame Rule Change

With the announcement of a single rules change the Baseball Hall of Fame and by extension Major League Baseball decided to shorten the number of years they will have to continue discussing the Steroids Era. We look at six players most impacted. Read More

Last Updated: Wednesday, Jul 30, 2014

Performance of MLB Teams with the Worst Pitching

Can teams with terrible pitching overcome one the liability and still win games? We take a look at the worst pitching teams each season since 1990 and look at how they performed. Including two teams who had the number one offense. Read More

Last Updated: Tuesday, Jul 29, 2014

The 2014 MLB All Disabled List Team

The 2014 has been seemingly riddled with injuries including elite pitchers going down with Tommy John and big hitters missing key stretches. We take a look at the biggest injuries of the season by way of an all-star team. Read More

Last Updated: Thursday, Jul 24, 2014

The Suddenly Mediocre AL East

The AL East has been one of the most dominating divisions in baseball with the likes of the Yankees and Red Sox. However with the two powerhouses of the division taking a step back and little headway made by the other three teams we look at the AL East. Read More

Last Updated: Thursday, Jul 17, 2014

Has the MLB All-Star Game Affected World Series Outcomes?

In a bid to make the game more competitive the winner of the MLB all-star game retains home field advantage in the World Series. How has this impacted the World Series? We take a look and break it down by the numbers. Read More

Last Updated: Wednesday, Jul 16, 2014

Behind the Numbers: Clayton Kershaw's 2014 Mastery

Coming off a scoreless streak that spanned 41 2/3 innings Clayton Kershaw is putting on a performance of a lifetime for the Los Angeles Dodgers. We take a look at the numbers. Read More

Last Updated: Monday, Jul 14, 2014

Who are the Worst Baserunners in the MLB?

We take a look at the worst 5 baserunners since 2010 in baseball from bad decisions made on the plates to slow legs. We break it down. Read More

Last Updated: Wednesday, Jul 02, 2014

Who are the Best Baserunners in the MLB?

We present the best baserunners that MLB has had since 2010. As expected having speed certainly helps but many times value on the basepaths is derived from being smart avoiding mental blunders and knowing the context of the game. Read More

Last Updated: Monday, Jun 30, 2014

Improbable Rise of the Immaculate Inning

So far in 2014 there have been five Immaculate Innings thrown by pitchers which ties the all-time record. We take a look at the history of the immaculate inning and the five recorded this season. Read More

Last Updated: Monday, Jun 23, 2014

How Do Pitchers Perform After Throwing a No-Hitter?

How Do Pitchers Perform After Throwing a No-Hitter? We take a look at the performance of pitchers right after no hitters since 2010. Read More

Last Updated: Friday, Jun 20, 2014

The Building of the Oakland Athletics "Moneyball" Rotation

The Oakland Athletics are one of the best teams in baseball in 2014 and in part can thank their highly impressive starting rotation who by Moneyball measures is the most valuable in the game. Read More

Last Updated: Thursday, Jun 12, 2014

Behind the Numbers: Edwin Encarnacion's Power Streak

The Toronto Blue Jays have exceeded expectations so far during the 2014 MLB season and are one of the best teams in the game. This is thanks in part to the extremely hot bat of Edwin Encarnacion. We break down his numbers. Read More

Last Updated: Tuesday, Jun 03, 2014

MLB All Great Defense Team

Defense wins championships is an often used cliche in sports. We take a look at nine everyday MLB players who in their respective positions will continue to collect Gold Gloves and bring a lot of value to their teams. Read More

Last Updated: Monday, Jun 02, 2014

MLB All Bad Defense Team

Defense is an integral part of the game, even as it is sometimes ignored aside from highlight-reel plays. Using advanced statistics we present the worst everyday defensive players in MLB.  Read More

Last Updated: Monday, Jun 02, 2014

Analyzing MLB Doubleheaders

How difficult is it for a team to win two games in the same day? We take a look at doubleheaders since 2005 and break down all of the statistics including home team winning percentage. Read More

Last Updated: Wednesday, May 28, 2014

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