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Fun with Brandon Crawford’s Seven-Hit Game

August 9, 2016

Brandon Crawford is now one of five players in baseball history to have at least seven hits in a game. Last night, Crawford lined a single to center in the 14th to drive in Brandon Belt that gave the Giants an 8-7 victory over the Marlins and tied the NL single-game record with his seventh […]

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@RedSox: “Mean” business since the All-Star break

August 9, 2016

I guess it should come as no surprise that after the Red Sox fiery start that there would be some regression to the mean, but the question is how far down is the actual mean? Boston has spent 35 days in first place this season and as they prepare to face the Yankees on Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday at […]

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25 Things to Know: Inside the Standings

August 5, 2016

Standings on any given date are just snapshots in time, but by August 5 team results tell us both where teams have been and perhaps where they are going. Take a look: Three teams can lose the rest of their games this season and not have 100 losses: Cubs (66 wins), Nationals (64 wins), and Rangers (63 […]

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The Seven Seasons the Yankees were 44-44

July 13, 2016

The Yankees are 44-44 after 88 games, sitting at the .500 mark in fourth place. They have scored 371 runs and allowed 405, a -34 run differential. This is the eighth season that the Yankees have been at the .500 mark after 88 games and they have made the postseason only once. It should be […]

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BEYOND THE BOX SCORE By Bill Arnold

July 11, 2016

There are stat guys who compile numbers each day and there are stat geniuses who who put together fascinating and wonderful information that we all enjoy. Bill Arnold falls in the latter category. Bill’s work is a source and inspiration for great baseball writers everywhere. I’m proud to call him a mentor and even prouder […]

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Craig Kimbrel has allowed more runs in non-save situations than in any season in his career

July 6, 2016

After another non-ace appearance by David Price, Sox all-star closer Craig Kimbrel entered the game in the 9th with the score Texas 3, Boston 2. By the time his time was up, the score was Texas 7, Boston 2, and that’s how it would end. For the first time in his career, Kimbrel allowed four […]

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David Price is not an ace this season

July 6, 2016

This past offseason, the Red Sox hierarchy had one goal in mind: sign an ace. They thought they had one when they inked David Price to a seven-year deal worth $217 million for the 2016-22 seasons, the most lucrative contract ever for a pitcher. However, any objective observer would say that the way Price is […]

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(Hans) Solo HR pitching leaders

June 29, 2016

Nine to Know: Solo HR Report of June 29, 2016 Entering play on Wednesday, there have been 2653 homers hit this season of which 1612 have been solo shots (60.7%) The Reds have allowed 74, followed by the Royals who have given up 71. The Mets have permitted just 36. The Orioles and Nationals have each […]

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Players with multiple 5+ RBI games this season

June 29, 2016

The Red Sox Travis Shaw beat out Pablo Sandoval for the third base slot in spring training and that move looked fortuitous as the Panda went on a season ending disabled list and Shaw through May 27, in 39 games, was hitting .329 with six homers and 29 RBI. Then reality set in. In Shaw’s […]

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On Monday 6/27, Kris Bryant had 16 Total Bases, more than 10 other teams

June 28, 2016

Kris Bryant, on Monday, June 27 2016, became the first player ever to hit three homers and two doubles in a game. Kris Bryant on June 27, 2016 Date Tm Opp Rslt PA AB R H 2B 3B HR TB RBI 2016-06-27 CHC CIN W 11-8 5 5 4 5 2 0 3 16 6 […]

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