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Tag Archives: statistical analysis
What’s the Matter With RBI?
Back on May 9, Grant Brisbee over at McCovey Chronicles wrote a piece about the fabulous numbers the Giants’ hitters were putting up and the huge totals they were on a pace for. Brisbee admitted, “On-pace stats are useless. But … Continue reading
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Who Was the Best at Playing the Field?
After the passing of Orioles’ legendary manager Earl Weaver before the season began, I found myself spending a good amount of time scrolling through the rosters of those dynasty clubs from Baltimore in the late ’60s and early ’70s. It … Continue reading
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