For a few days this April, it seemed as though a combined no-hitter was perpetually in progress. The Marlins came close to one twice in a matter of days, with Dan Straily and Wei-Yin Chen leaving… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Play Index
“Mr Beck looked around with a wild light in his eye for somebody to hit. He couldn’t see any specific target so he threw perhaps the best fast ball he had thrown this season up… Read more »
Effectively Wild listeners probably don’t need anyone to tell them that if you spend long enough with the Baseball-Reference Play Index (coupon code BP), you’re virtually guaranteed to uncover some kind of statistical curiosity or fun fact that you’d never been aware of.
One hundred at-bats is a long time in baseball. Has anyone ever failed to record more than a single hit over such a span?
We know the Cardinals are good. Could they be the best home team ever?
I was watching the April 20th game between the Oakland A’s and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim a couple days ago, and I enjoyed watching it. The A’s won the game 6-3, despite the… Read more »