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– Baseball Reference has their WAR up for the season so far. This allows us to play Fun With Incredibly Small Sample Sizes. — Your AL leaders in position player WAR are Jeff Francoeur and Maicer Izturis. Howie Kendrick is … Continue reading
Happy Opening Day!! Our long national wintry nightmare is finally over as the 2011 season kicked off today with an abbreviated schedule, but there was plenty of wackiness to go around. Rickie Weeks and Carlos Gomez led off the season … Continue reading
Congratulations to Trevor Hoffman, who converted his 600th save tonight. -That’s not unpredictable at all–heck, he started the season with 591 saves. What is unpredictable is that he pitched a scoreless ninth. –That lowered his ERA on the year to … Continue reading
With September upon us (despite the 95+ degree heat), it’s a good time to take a look at the standings, then look back at your preseason predictions and laugh at how wrong you were. AL East: Toronto is 5 games … Continue reading