Want a list of all MLB players that have played from the Netherlands proper who pitched 500 innings or had 1000 plate appearances since the colour barrier was broken?
About two months ago, I wrote an article that said the phrase “get bullpen help” a thousand times. While I won’t be doing that for this article, the point still stands.
As the trade deadline looms large, the Toronto Blue Jays are on the cusp of a wildcard position with a fleeting chance of winning the AL East. This means that the Jays will be looking to add MLB players to their roster and as they have a surplus of prospects, so much so that Fangraphs…
Sometimes baseball sucks. Especially when your favourite team loses by a score of 13-4. Personally, what I love about baseball is that there are 162 games, meaning that one loss, no matter the score, only counts as one loss. The Jays won their games handily versus the Rangers, the last one being 10-0. Even with…
Without a salary cap in a league, there will always be small markets in a league. Baseball is one of those sports that doesn’t have a salary cap.
With the 19th overall pick, the Toronto Blue Jays select… “Machine” Gunnar Hoglund of Ole’ Miss university. While I was hoping for Benny Montgomery or Sal Frelick, Gunnar Hoglund isn’t a bad choice.
You wake up, expecting the big lad Alek Manoah to be pitching tonight. You look at your phone and it says… July 31st, 2017. That can’t be right, can it? You look through your notifications expecting another postponement, but you see that Joe Smith has been traded for Travis Pannone and Samad Taylor.
We all hate postponed games due to rain. We all hate Kirk missing out on the ThunderBisons’ lineup due to rest, but what we all love trades.
BABIP. What is it? BABIP or Batting Average on Balls In Play is a metric used to measure how often contact leads to a hit. Some say it measures luck and I will agree. To a certain extent that is.
“No duh, Brennan, versatility is incredibly important. So what point are you trying to make here?”
I started writing this article in the middle of Sunday’s game after Ray walked the first batter and gave up a double in the top of the second. What did Ray do? Well, he said “screw this” and struck out the next three batters.
Alek Manoah was the 11th overa… You know what? No. You know who Alek Manoah is, everyone does. 7 IP, 3 H, 10 K, 1 BB, 0 ER. That is Manoah’s pitching line. That’s right.