Browsing MLB records

Yu Darvish Has More 14-Strikeout Games Than the Rest of MLB

Posted on 4 Aug, 2013, by in MLB

Leading baseball in strikeouts and strikeouts per inning, Yu Darvish is enjoying quite an exciting second season in Major League Baseball, having four 14 or more strikeout games so far this season, while the rest of MLB has only three. More

Max Scherzer Isn’t Stopping Anytime Soon (Tigers vs Blue Jays)

Posted on 4 Jul, 2013, by in MLB

Beating the Toronto Blue Jays isn’t the most exciting piece of news these days, but when it comes with another fantastic performance on the mound for Max Scherzer, improving to 13-0 for the Detroit Tigers this season, there’s a little bit more to it. More

Michael Cuddyer Hitting Streak Now at 27 (Giants vs Rockies)

Posted on 1 Jul, 2013, by in MLB

While Michael Cuddyer extends his league-best hitting streak to 27, the Colorado Rockies aren’t exactly buoyed by his sudden excellence in hitting, losing for the fourth time in six games, dropping once again below .500 as the San Francisco Giants, enjoying some excellent pitching from Madison Bumgarner. More

A Baseball Game That Simply Wouldn’t End (White Sox vs Mariners)

Posted on 6 Jun, 2013, by in MLB

Don’t be fooled by the 7-5 score. The game between the Chicago White Sox and the Seattle Mariners was a complete nightmare for those who love to see some point go on the board, instead of bad hitting (not great pitching, don’t be fooled by that as well) and 13 innings of scoreless baseball. More

Boston Red Sox Fans Aren’t That Faithful When The Team Isn’t Good

Posted on 11 Apr, 2013, by in MLB

The Boston Red Sox and their fans are usually quite proud of their ballpark, Fenway Park, and of the strong national following they have, helping the team achieve a sellout streak of 820 games. But after three consecutive seasons of not making the playoffs and despite the promising start to 2013, the streak is over. More

The 22 Pitchers in Baseball’s Perfect Game Club

Posted on 14 Jun, 2012, by in Featured

Matt Cain joined Philip Humber in the 2012 MLB Season and the Perfect Game club, pitching a classic for the San Francisco Giants in their 10-0 win over the Houston Astros. Cain, now 8-2 this season, becomes the 22nd pitcher in MLB history to pitch a perfect game. More

Mariano Rivera Becomes All-Time Saves Leader (Yankees vs Twins)

Posted on 20 Sep, 2011, by in MLB

Closing out all of the last three Yankees wins, Mariano Rivera became MLB’s all time leader in saves, making his 602nd with a 1-2-3 sweeping of the Minnesota Twins, giving the Yanks a 6-4 win and singled the start of the modest celebrations. More

Adam Dunn Making Negative History

Posted on 18 Sep, 2011, by in MLB

Adam Dunn’s season just keept getting “better”. His batting average is .161, and his strikeout number has finally caught up, reaching 161 as well. Not just a terrible year, but a historically awful. More

The Iron Men of the NBA, MLB, NFL and NHL

Posted on 26 Jan, 2010, by in Miscellaneous

The Iron-Men of the NBA, MLB, NFL and NHL, the players who have more consecutive games than anyone else, each in his own sport. More