Admittedly, when we held our very own TYA awards, my MVP vote went to Mike Trout. Why? Because by all measurable statistics, no matter how you crunch the numbers, Mike Trout had the best season in baseball. No matter what awards he loses, no matter how many critics unwittingly joust against WAR, wRC+, and [...]
On Sunday I ran a post that examined baseball’s largest contracts. One of the things that caught me off guard in the post was how valuable Miguel Cabrera has been during his tenure with the Tigers. I was perfectly aware of how much damage he does with the bat, but I had [...]
On Friday I wrote a post asking if we actually over rate Robinson Cano. The premise of the post is that while Cano is a great baseball player, he is not a top five or top ten baseball player. He’s actually a top twenty baseball player, so when we describe him as [...]
The Yankees lost an ugly one 10-7 to the Tigers on Sunday. Hitting was the order of the day. The two teams had a combined seven homers in a windy one in the Bronx. The Yankees trailed the entire game, despite putting up seven runs against poor Detroit pitching. That’s because Yankee pitching was worse [...]
Last season I visited a friend of mine in Ann Arbor. While I was there my buddy Josh and I saw all four games the Yankees played in Detroit in 2010. It was a miserable series for the Bombers. Apart from an explosion in the top of the 9th inning in the [...]
It’s been ages since we ran one of these. This feature was common in the beginning of the season when the Yankees and Rays were both on pace to win 110 games, and always right on each other’s heels. Neither team is on pace to win as many games anymore, but I have a [...]
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Yesterday at FanGraphs, Bryan Smith discussed what we might see from Jesus Montero in his cost-controlled years. He comes to the obvious conclusion that Montero offers much more value to the team as a catcher–even a part time one–than as a designated hitter. This is really [...]
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