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Feeling the Bern – MLB-ers named “Bernie”

February 10, 2016

Bernie Sanders calling for the check There has never been a “Trump” in the bigs, but there have been 18 “Bernies” And let’s not forget the role Bernie Madoff played on the Mets fortunes. Bernie Allen (1962-1973) Bernie Boland (1915-1921) Bernie Carbo (1969-1980) Bernie Castro (2005-2006) Bernie Creger (1947) Bernie DeViveiros (1924-1927) Bernie Duffy (1913) […]

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WAR Pitching Leaders since 2010 and by Decade since 1950

February 10, 2016

Roger Clemens has the highest WAR of any pitcher since 1950 at 139.4. He swears it’s true. This was fun simply because decades are meaningless arbitrary dates, but it is often how we lazily measure information. A few things stood out as I put this together: Somebody smart is going to sign Cliff Lee to low […]

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It’s Primary Day! – MLB-ers from New Hampshire – Nine to Know

February 9, 2016

There have been 51 MLB-ers born in New Hampshire with 29 having appeared on the mound. One must presume that there are so many pitchers because as kids, these guys were throwing a lot of snowballs from early November to late April. Nine to Know: MLB-ers who chose to live free or die Start with […]

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Ba de ya – Should teams be worried because these guys had bad Septembers?

February 8, 2016

Ba de ya – say do you remember Ba de ya – dancing in September Ba de ya – never was a cloudy day In the first five weeks of 2016, we have been losing rock and pop stars of the last century at an alarming rate. Even though they are gone, fortunately (in most […]

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Sunday Baseball Notes from the Bill Chuck Files – Nine to Know 2/7/16

February 7, 2016

Clayton Kershaw struck out 35 cleanup batters, the most in the bigs last season; he also struck out 36 leadoff hitters, the most in the majors. With 57 days until Opening Day, starting tomorrow it’s baseball season Nine to Know: From the Bill Chuck Files of 2/7/16 In 2015, the Red Sox had a 4.94 […]

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Happy 82nd birthday, Hank Aaron – 44 to Know

February 5, 2016

“As far as I’m concerned, (Hank) Aaron is the best ball player of my era. He is to baseball of the last fifteen years what Joe DiMaggio was before him. He’s never received the credit he’s due.” – Mickey Mantle Today is Hank Aaron‘s 82 birthday: 44 to Know from the Bill Chuck Files Henry Louis […]

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Negro League players in the Hall of Fame

February 4, 2016

Satchel Paige at his Hall of Fame induction. He concluded his speech saying, “I am the proudest man in the place today.” On February 4, 1971, 45 years ago today, Commissioner Bowie Kuhn announced that former Negro League players will have a separate wing in the Hall of Fame. Kuhn deserved an “A” for this […]

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Ugly Christmas sweater has passed, it’s now ugly baseball shirt season

February 3, 2016

Ugly Christmas sweaters have become big business and the folks at Tommy Bahama are now trying to cash in during the baseball season. Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz is being “immortalized” on a collector’s edition silk Tommy Bahama shirt. Pete Abraham in the Boston Globe quoted Doug Wood, the company’s chief executive officer: “David fits […]

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Bryce Harper had a Pujol-like Ruthian season in 2015

February 3, 2016

I anticipate there will many times in Bryce Harper’s career in which he is compared to the Babe Just look at the amazing 2015 season for Bryce Harper Year Age G PA AB R H HR RBI BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS Awards 2015 ★ 22 153 654 521 118 172 42 99 124 131 […]

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Groundhog Day – Nine to Know: 2014/15 Groundhog Day results

February 2, 2016

I hope you won’t think less of me, but when it comes to Bill Murray films I am much less a fan of his work with Wes Anderson than his brilliant collaborations with the late, truly great Harold Ramis. Murray worked with Ramis off-Broadway on the National Lampoon Show, then in the movies: Meatballs, Stripes, […]

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