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    Sunday MLB Notes – for March 13, 2016

    March 13, 2016

    These will be the last of my Sunday offerings from the Files for, hopefully, quite awhile. Nine to Know: From the Bill Chuck Files of March 13, 2016 The Yankees have a potential six-man rotation with pitchers all of whose last names end in a vowel: Masahiro Tanaka, Luis Severino, CC Sabathia, Ivan Nova, Michael Pineda, […]

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    Heading to “The Show”

    March 11, 2016

    Each position on my long resume has been, as far as I’m concerned, “major league” and now, I’m proud to say I can use initial caps. In about a week, I will begin my new life as a Freelance Researcher for the MLB Network. This is a rare opportunity to work with a vast number of the best […]

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    Bases Loaded Hitting Efficiency – MLB 2015 Stats pack

    March 10, 2016

    This is the time of the year where I start thinking about regular season games and situations. I will admit, and I’m sure I’m not the only one, who finds minimal interest in watching spring training games. I mean it’s great to have baseball being played, hearing the sound of the bat, the roar of crowd, […]

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    Here’s how many games sportsbook BOVADA thinks each MLB team will win in 2016

    March 9, 2016

    Thanks BusinessInsider.com for this graphic.

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    BAA Leading off an inning (in)effectiveness – 2015 MLB Pitching Stats

    March 9, 2016

    Twins righthander Ricky Nolasco was happy with his three scoreless innings yesterday against the Cardinals but he was annoyed that leadoff hitters kept reaching base against him. Sounds legitimate to me. Last season, in nine games (eight starts), batters hit .321 against Nolasco made worse that those leading off an inning went 13-38 (.342). This got me thinking… Pitchers […]

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    The first 50 games are critical for the Red Sox

    March 8, 2016

    Every team in the majors wants to get off to a good start and really, honestly, games in April and May count as much as games in August and September. Perhaps there is no team that needs a good first 50 than the Boston Red Sox. Boston has finished in last place three of the […]

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    OBP by Batting Order position – MLB 2015 stats

    March 7, 2016

    Nine to Know: 2015 OBP leaders (qualified batters only) Rk Player OBP Tm H BB 1 Bryce Harper .460 WSN 172 124 2 Joey Votto .459 CIN 171 143 3 Miguel Cabrera .440 DET 145 77 4 Paul Goldschmidt .435 ARI 182 118 5 Mike Trout .402 LAA 172 92 6 Andrew McCutchen .401 PIT […]

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    Sunday MLB Notes & Stats – From the Bill Chuck Files of March 6, 2016

    March 6, 2016

    Nine to Know: From the Bill Chuck Files of 3/6/16 – 29 days until Opening Day Happy birthday Jake Arrieta and the anniversary of the births of HOFers Willie Stargell and Lefty Grove 2015 was the second season in which there were two rookies with 170+ whiffs. Last season: Kris Bryant 199 K and Joc […]

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    Pitch count? Or times facing an opponent in a game? – Fun with 2015 MLB stats

    March 4, 2016

    Baseball is doing so much better at in-game management because of awareness and responding to stats and numbers that in days gone by had been ignored. A great example, of course, is pitch count and none is more overused and over emphasized than the round number “100.” Embraced by broadcasters and dutifully paid attention to […]

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    Road warriors – Fun with 2015 MLB stats

    March 4, 2016

    After a lot of years (a lot!) my days of working full-time in my home office will soon be coming to an end (more on that in the near future) and I’m looking forward to working in a new setting. There is an energy and excitement about working in less familiar surroundings, but there still […]

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