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Sabermetrics~by Paul F. Lenzi


“Old Yankee Stadium” by Frenchy

a game of inches
played on manicured acres
of statistics

(originally posted March 2013)


REV Free Agent Pitchers

Rob Elzer

*Disclaimer: If you have not read my first blog post called About REV, you might want to before reading this post.

In this post, I will be examining the pitchers who Pre REV thinks are the top three free agents at starting pitcher and relief pitcher, as well as pointing out unsung players that teams should be able to get for cheap. 1,165 more words


Sam Miller ESPN Archive

With two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning of Game 2 of the World Series, Cody Bellinger squared up a 98-mph fastball from Ken Giles, sending it deep into the right-center field power alley. 1,384 more words


Is It Harder To Get a “W” In A Pitchers Park? (And a Mystery Uncovered)

I had this idea about Sandy Koufax. I thought that the magnificent Won / Lost records of
his peak years might have been even better in a different home park. 18 more words

Gary Fletcher

Just How Tough Was It? (How Competitive is Major League Baseball?)

When I was a lad my uncle and I were watching a hockey game and he said to me, “You
know, they’re not very good, but they sure are competitive!” He was speaking about the… 112 more words

Gary Fletcher

Post-season Blues and Science of Baseball

Baseball season is officially over and I am already suffering from withdrawals.  Luckily I have a lot to catch up on, like figuring out how… 187 more words


We turn the page

Another baseball season has come and gone and even an old curmudgeon like me has to admit that this was a good one.  The Astros won their first ever championship and they did it in dramatic fashion, beating the high-profile Dodgers in a riveting seven game series.  228 more words