Baseball Jeremiad


A Curiously Intelligent Baseball blog

Back in the Saddle

Things have been quiet around here, but that isn’t because the baseball world has been quiet.

Sometimes the day job gets in the way.  The only hope I have is that it doesn’t happen too often.  The reader is obviously backed up beyond belief — there’ll be massive amount of “link dumps” in the coming days and hours. 

In the meantime, Brandon Isleib at THT posted an interesting thought on the Pythagorean Run Theory.

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Dispatches from a Pirate Ship

Recently, Rob Neyer catalogued the woes of the Pirates’ starting rotation.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Dejan Kovacevic reported Pirates’ GM Neal Huntington’s thoughts on the shellacking the Buccos’ starters have received:

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Baseball Musings

  • Adam Dunn could become only second player ever to have higher number of strikeouts than BA (currently 157 K and .163). First was M Reynolds. 8 years ago
  • At least the New York Times remembers the Expos... 10 years ago
  • MLB Network on Sabathia: "CC is one of the few pitchers in the league who is his own batting eye." 10 years ago
  • Sabathia vs. Halladay tonight: noted hitting hurler Sabathia is hitting .500 against Cy Young winners (okay, he's 1 for 2 against Johan) 10 years ago
  • RT @jaysonst: Now that Stephen Strasburg has pulled into town, the most important era in Nationals history has officially begun. http:// ... 10 years ago

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