Category: MLB

Does Being A Ground Ball Pitcher Equate to Better Run Suppression?

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 that a ground ball turns into a guaranteed grand slam (I say guaranteed because of Luis Sojo). Now, […]

The WAR American 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 American League team post today; a National League team post tomorrow, and a comparison of the two starting […]

MLB Power Rankings For Week Six

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 guys too long in the introduction…on to the power Rankings! wOBA Rank Division wOBA Points Awarded 1 AL […]

The AL Central Power Rankings

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 around a bunch within the categories. So let’s get on to it, and it’s surprising conclusion. wOBA Rank […]

The NL West 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 exciting to examine…in fact it was down right boring and predictable. But anyway, here they are; your NL […]