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How Many Good Giants Were Good Prospects?
Usually one sees this the other way around — how many good prospects became good players? It’s the foundation of any good prospect analysis, and indeed what we see is that higher-ranked prospects usually perform better in the majors than … Continue reading
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The Giants’ Most Lopsided Teams, Part 1
In 2012, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim powered their way to 89 wins primarily on the strength of their offense. Mike Trout led the Halos’ effort with an amazing 8.6 offensive WAR (or “oWAR,” which is WAR without consideration … Continue reading
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Baseball Crack, Courtesy of the Hall of Fame
It’s voting process for Hall-of-Famers may be dysfunctional, but last weekend, the Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum got something right, opening its new “Diamond Mines” exhibit dedicated to the scouting profession. The exhibit features artifacts such as radar guns … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Barry Bonds, Don Mueller, George Foster, Jesse Burkett, Pence, Rod Beck, Rueter, Shawn Estes, Vanlandingham, Willie Mays Comments Off on Baseball Crack, Courtesy of the Hall of Fame