I promise I’m just about done reliving the horror show that was the 2010 ALCS, but as I kept thinking about the Yankees’ heinous collective offensive line of .201/.300/.370 along with even more brutal pitching numbers, I couldn’t help but wonder how poorly the 2010 ALCS stood with regards to [...]
I rely pretty heavily on statistical analysis for many of my critiques of the Yankees, and a couple of my less-statistically-minded readers have asked me to define and/or clarify the acronyms that are frequently tossed around at Yankeeist.
I’ve been worshiping at the sabermetric altar for as long as I’ve [...]
So the regular season came to a close this afternoon, with the Yankee bats coming alive after a near-weeklong slumber, bludgeoning the Rays, 10-2.
The victory brought the Yankees to 103-59 on the season, marking the team’s highest win total since 2002. Pretty much everything went the way the [...]
Steve Lombardi of Was Watching fame provides this awesome bit of statistical analysis with regards to our beloved 2009 New York Yankees:
“The 2009 Yankees currently have 7 players with 400+ PA and an OPS+ >=120. If New York can keep this up, they will become only the third team in baseball history to [...]
Speaking of Melky, Mr. Consistency has really fallen off a cliff since hitting for the cycle, eh? It’s pretty funny; right after the cycle a slew of blog posts and articles popped up hoping that Melky may have finally gotten past getting stuck in these prolonged slumps, and could be a productive player for all [...]
I know the Yankees’ team offense is off-the-charts awesome, what with leading all of MLB in runs, home runs, OBP, SLG and OPS, but it’s hard not to see Adam Dunn’s 6th-best-in-MLB .976 OPS and wonder “what if?”
I know most people will scoff and say “But Adam Dunn only strikes out and therefore isn’t [...]
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