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James Shields’ nickname is “Big Game,” but the Yankees are the ones who often have the big game when they face him. Such was the case again Monday night as the Yankees got off to a positive start to their significant trip that continues to Detroit and Toronto with an 8-1 victory over the American League Central-leading Royals in a makeup game from a June 9 rainout. 473 more words
The ultimate goal for any athlete is to win the championship. Notably baseball has its long historic droughts where players who spent their entire career in one city suffered with the fans. 632 more words
The First City just swept through the Second City in the weekend series at Yankee Stadium. The White Sox haven’t really had a great year as it is, but they have a few things going for them. 872 more words
Pete Rose, Derek Jeter, Ichiro Suzuki and the Top 20 Players with the Most Singles in Baseball History
Probably – and I haven’t gone through everybody’s numbers – most players’ hits, the highest percentage, are singles.
They’re just the easiest to create.
But within that 60%-90% or so range are enough differences to “single” out those hitters who were primarily singles hitters and those who collected doubles and home runs (and much more rarely, triples) more often than the others. 251 more words