The six months of Major League Baseball’s regular season are jam-packed with 162 games for each of the 30 teams. All winter I wait for baseball season to begin again. Sometimes I wonder if it pervades my mind too much? Portland artist Jo Hamilton crochets larger-than-life portraits in yarn etsy.me/Kisz6z — Etsy (@Etsy) May 31, […]
After a few months off, the blog is coming back. It’s been a little crazy finishing law school, doing some work at a startup (Stattleship, a social sports game revolving around, well, stats) and once again transitioning from the student world. I once saw someone remark that when you write a post about not writing […]
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The 2012 Boston Red Sox look a lot like the 2011 version of the team. Two players entered this year as potential free agents: David Ortiz and Kevin Youkilis. Ortiz, enjoying a tremendous resurgence, may have already guaranteed himself another arbitration deal with the Red Sox, but Kevin Youkilis, over whom the Sox have a […]
It looks like the Rays are at in again in terms of setting records with young pitching: Rays have started 200 consecutive games w/ a pitcher they drafted and 931 consecutive games w/ a pitcher age 30 or younger, both ML records. — Jonathan Gantt (@Jonathan_Gantt) May 14, 2012 James Shields is, of course, the […]
Josh Hamilton hit his 9th home run of the week, and 18th of the year, on Saturday. In addition to doubling his current season total, Hamilton has accumulated 1.6 WAR in this week alone. Over the last seven days, Josh Hamilton has racked up +1.6 WAR, the same mark that Ryan Howard posted in all […]
No part of my mind doubts it was not this man:
At the beginning of the 2011 season, few players received as much hype as Adam Dunn. After signing a two-year deal with the Washington Nationals his first time in free agency, Dunn did what he does best: hit home runs, strike out, and walk. Dunn was the model of consistency: 38 home runs both years […]