Recondite Baseball. Splitsville: BABIP. Baseball Toaster: Catfish Stew. StatCorner: Home to wOBA, tRA, and many other baseball statistics. Minor League Splits dot com. BBTF's Sabermetrics Newsbeat. Baseball Newsstand— All the News That's Fit to Link Sunday, April 13, 2014 We’re Moved!
(And Burst.net can bite me!) Update Thursday, April 17th at 11:00 AM: I’ve been bogged down looking for a fix to a domain redirect issue caused by a new php handler that I’m using on the server. For now using some of the old domain names will produce an error if you try to go to a sub-directory (like www.baseballprimer.com/newsstand/). Read More... Jim Furtado Posted: April 13, 2014 at 09:00 AM | 100 comment(s) Beats: site news Thursday, April 17, 2014 Robothal: What a relief! The natural question, now that Jim Johnson has thrown five consecutive scoreless innings, is whether the $10 million reliever soon will return to the closer’s role. Design Room: Top 10 Logos in MLB History. The Montreal Expos (French: Expos de Montréal) team started in 1969 and never changed their logo.
Read More... Beyond the Box Score. Mean In Green: The Oakland Athletics Podcast : Home. Royals Authority - Deconstructing The Process. Stathead. Baseball·Basketball·Football·General·Hockey·S-R·Soccer·UncategorizedStathead is Closing Down: Stathead is Closing Down With apologies to our dedicted users, we’ve decided to stop publishing the Stathead blog.
The blog just never generated the needed readership to be profitable, so we’ve decided to end the project and put our efforts into other projects. Thank you to the readers who supported us. Thank you for the publishers for putting so much great content out there. If anyone cares to pick up the torch and run with this idea (or if you just want to get the articles for yourself), I’ve attached an OPML file from the list of RSS feeds we were using for this blog.
AaronGleeman.com » Aaron Gleeman's Baseball and Minnesota Twins Blog. Bugs Bunny, greatest banned player ever. DMZ · March 12, 2006 at 3:33 pm · Filed Under Mariners Update 2/21: I found out today from Glenn Stout, the series editor, this has been selected for the 2007 Best American Sportswriting annual!
Woo! This makes USSM the first blog and the first non-ESPN.com/Slate site to be so honored. With the DVD release of "Looney Tunes Golden Collection" it is at last possible for us to examine in detail one of the most famous baseball games ever played, and see what lessons the contest holds for the analytical community. "Baseball Bugs" (1946) depicts a game held at the Polo Grounds. The first view of the scoreboard shows the Gorillas at 94 runs (10-28-16-40) after the first four innings.
The stadium is entirely filled, and as we know that the Polo Grounds could hold 55,000 fans in that year’s configuration, it is fair to assume that this was a game of some note, and that the players participating were extremely popular. The Society For American Baseball Research. MLB Trade Trees. Friday, July 15, 2011 Trade Trees Hiatus Sorry about the lack of posts lately.
Even though we’ve tried to get things restarted, two factors have been against us. 1) 1/2 of the Trade Trees team (the Tumblr half) is going through a whole bunch of personal stuff - housing, job, relationship all at the same time. 2) We’re out of inspiration. So here’s the skinny - we’re gonna take some time off. Thanks for your support of the site so far, and your patience while we get things sorted for the future. Friday, July 8, 2011 There are quite a few re-appearances in this tree. Pitchrs & Poets.
They did their best to fit it into the plot, but bow howdy I’m with Dave, this was cringe-worthy TV. - teddaveshumka:I’m catching up on House of Cards, and Kevin Spacey sure can’t throw a baseball.
To the 17 full-fledged members of the GIIB, the feeling and understanding of baseball are inseparable from one another. They’re intellectuals, empiricists, the kind of guys who believe that the best way to express your love of something is to spend years studying and arguing about it. They talk about sabermetrics in the context of classic economists: “Marx’s economic theories are basically sabermetrics,” says Aldama. “It’s the elimination of subjectivity.” “Opening Day, 1986 - Nolan Ryan warms up in the bullpen before the Astros-SF Giants matchup.” via Mike Acosta’s Twitter account: @AstrosTalk #dadsknow "I played catch with him," [Chris Archer’s] father says. Pitching Comparisons. Rany on the Royals. The Baseball Analysts. Royal Reflections.