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Los Angeles Angels? They Suck; Mike Trout Though, He’s Still Great

Posted on 30 Aug, 2016, by in MLB

One of the interesting things in Baseball is how one player can still do great statistically, get recognized for it, while his team is an absolute disaster. Mike Trout in en route to lead the American League in WAR for a fifth straight season, not something that’s been done too much over the years, while playing on a Los Angeles Angels team that’s going nowhere. More

The Most Important Stats in Baseball

Posted on 20 Feb, 2013, by in MLB

If there’s one sport you can dive into its statistics and never come out, it’s has to be Baseball. But how do you separate the important from the redundant? What really helps you measure the value of a hitter and the ability of a pitcher to deny team runs? It’s science, but it isn’t perfect. Still, things like wOBA and BABIP do better job than other more popular measurements in addressing the ability of a player. More

MLB’s Top Ten Active Home Run Leaders – 2012 Edition

Posted on 20 Mar, 2012, by in Featured

Alex Rodriguez has 133 home runs to go before he makes it to Barry Bonds, and conquers what used to be the most prestigious record in American Sports, also with an asterisk to it. Injuries will probably prevent him from reaching that spot, but he’s still the leader among active players, PED’s or not. More

The MLB’s Top Ten Active Home Run Leaders

Posted on 16 Mar, 2011, by in Featured

The top 10 active home run leaders in Major League Baseball. More