On my last post I said there was a clear favorite in the AL Cy Young race, that favorite is Max Scherzer. I can’t say I feel that way with … Continue Reading NL Cy Young Race 2013
Hello everyone! Since I finally have time to write I will be providing a brief analysis and prediction of the major awards in Major League Baseball. The awards I will … Continue Reading AL Cy Young Race 2013
There is this idea out there that being a “ground ball pitcher” means that said pitcher is more likely to give up fewer runs; after all, there is zero chance … Continue Reading Does Being A Ground Ball Pitcher Equate to Better Run Suppression?
Jayson Sterk is one of the few widely respected baseball writers on ESPN. His articles (despite not using saber) are usually must read; that includes his most recent article. It … Continue Reading Does Major League Baseball Really Need A League Wide “Face” To Promote The Game?
Now that we have taken a look at the American League All-Star roster (according to WAR), it is time for us to take a look at the National League Roster. … Continue Reading The WAR National League All-Star Team
With the All-Star game rapidly approaching, and the Puig controversy just getting settled, I felt like now was a good time to make my All-Star rosters. There will be an … Continue Reading The WAR American League All-Star Team
The Seattle Mariners have two All-Stars this year, and they are both starting pitchers. Hisashi Iwakuma and Felix Hernandez have been an impressive one-two punch at the top of the … Continue Reading Of The Mariners’ Two All-Stars; Who Is Better: Felix or Iwakuma ?
For those of you who missed today’s game, Raul Ibanez hit two dingers that played a crucial role in the M’s victory over the Athletics. He now has 17 home … Continue Reading Old Man Power; Raul Ibanez Hits Dingerz
During an interview with Jim Moore-on May 24th-Eric Wedge made the claim that the team had improved from his first season to his second season, and that they would improve … Continue Reading Have The Mariners Improved under Eric Wedge?
Sorry that we skipped a week folks; finals and packing got in the way! Anyways, we actually got some pretty interesting results as a result, so I won’t hold you … Continue Reading MLB Power Rankings For Week Six
We move on to the AL Central-the second best division according to my Divisional Power Rankings. This was probably the most fun division to write as all the teams move … Continue Reading The AL Central Power Rankings
The NL West topped my Divisional Power Rankings for week four so I was actually extremely excited to see how this division shook out. Well, the division it self wasn’t very … Continue Reading The NL West Power Rankings
For those of you who have been following our Divisional Power Rankings, we are going to introduce another part of these power rankings; and that is power rankings for individual … Continue Reading The AL West Power Rankings
This weeks power rankings saw quite a bit of fluctuation throughout the Power Rankings as several divisions have really started to struggle, and as a result another team has moved into … Continue Reading MLB Divisional Power Rankings For Week Four
The Seattle Mariners have landed the first-and probably last punch-in the RSN race in the Pacific Northwest. They purchased a controling interest the struggling RSN, ROOT Sports. Some of the other … Continue Reading Seattle Marines Fire First Shots; Purchase Controlling Interest in ROOT Sports
This was originally supposed to go up on Sunday, but a bum knee and Mom’s Weekend got in the way…so now these post go up on Thursdays, YAY! One of … Continue Reading MLB Divisional Power Rankings for Week Three