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Monday, September 12, 2011

Rays to call up Matt Moore

The 22-year-old left-hander registered a superb 1.92 ERA and 210/46 K/BB ratio in 155 innings this season between Double-A Montgomery and Triple-A Durham.

I was a skeptic until I saw him pitch for the first time. But he’s the real deal.

Mike Emeigh Posted: September 12, 2011 at 01:25 AM | 26 comment(s)
  Beats: minor leagues, prospect reports, rays

Sunday, September 11, 2011

MLB.com: Pirates extend GM Huntington’s contract

Speculation about general manager Neal Huntington’s job security can now be put to rest, as the Pirates announced on Sunday that Huntington has signed a three-year extension to remain in Pittsburgh. The contract also includes a club option for 2015.

Huntington’s previous contract was set to expire at the end of this season.

“I’m very excited to be able to continue to build what we have been working so hard on for the last four years,” Huntington said. “We’re on the right path. [Things] may be not moving as quickly as everybody would have liked, and we understand that. We have a lot of work left to do, but there are a lot of good things going on.”

NTNgod Posted: September 11, 2011 at 11:40 PM | 4 comment(s)
  Beats: pirates

AL West race: September 11, 2011

TEX 83-64 [6-4 in SEPT]
LAA 80-66 [7-3 in SEPT] (2.5 GB)

MLB.com: Big days from Wilson, Beltre carry Rangers

The Rangers rode the steady pitching of C.J. Wilson, a milestone homer from Adrian Beltre and two big innings to an 8-1 win on Sunday against the A’s at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.

Wilson was masterful, pitching eight scoreless innings and striking out 11 to earn his 16th win of the season.

MLB.com: Angels can’t shake off lead-changing error

In a game in which neither starting pitcher had his best stuff, the Angels fell to the Yankees, 6-5, before 42,581 in Anaheim on Sunday afternoon. More important than the performances of the starters, though, was a costly lead-changing error in the seventh inning by Angels center fielder ...

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NTNgod Posted: September 11, 2011 at 11:03 PM | 8 comment(s)
  Beats: angels, game recaps, rangers

Former pitcher Loewen hits first HR for Blue Jays

Lookin’ for my Loewen. Behold!

Adam Loewen once tried to prevent home runs as a Baltimore Orioles pitcher. On Sunday, he drilled a game-tying shot against his original team.

A converted pitcher now playing the outfield, Loewen hit his first major league homer to help the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Orioles 6-5.

“I know so many of the guys over there, it was special to do it against them,” said Loewen, who was both a pitcher and position player in high school and junior college.

...Baltimore’s first-round draft pick in 2003, Loewen pitched in 35 games for the Orioles between 2006 and 2008 before giving up pitching because of recurring stress fractures in his elbow. He signed a minor league contract with Toronto that winter and ...

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Repoz Posted: September 11, 2011 at 10:30 PM | 10 comment(s)
  Beats: blue jays, game recaps, history, orioles

AL Wildcard race: September 11, 2011

BOS 85-61 [2-9 in SEPT]
TBR 81-64 [7-3 in SEPT] (3.5 GB)
LAA 80-66 [7-3 in SEPT] (5 GB)

MLB.com: Rays lower broom, in thick of Wild Card race

Desperately needing to sweep the Red Sox to have any chance at reaching the postseason, the Rays did exactly what the doctor ordered, coming away with a 9-1 win Sunday afternoon at Tropicana Field to complete the weekend sweep.

The Rays (81-64) entered the weekend 6 1/2 games behind the American League Wild-Card leading Red Sox (85-61), and after three days of work, they narrowed the margin to a far more manageable 3 1/2-game deficit with 17 games remaining.

Tampa Bay has now won four in a row and seven of its last eight while Boston extended its losing streak to five and has lost seven of its last ...

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NTNgod Posted: September 11, 2011 at 10:08 PM | 11 comment(s)
  Beats: game recaps, rays, red sox

NL Wildcard race: September 11, 2011

ATL 84-63 [4-8 in SEPT]
STL 79-67 [7-3 in SEPT] (4.5 GB)

MLB.com: Cards right back in playoff hunt after sweep

The Cards took advantage of an uncharacteristically shaky Tim Hudson en route to a 6-3 win over the Braves on Sunday, completing a three-game sweep of Wild Card-leading Atlanta. Yadier Molina’s three-run double highlighted a five-run third inning against Atlanta’s ace, and the homestanding Redbirds held on from there.

The win pulled the Cardinals within 4 1/2 games of the Braves, who have lost eight of 10.

NTNgod Posted: September 11, 2011 at 10:01 PM | 5 comment(s)
  Beats: braves, cardinals, game recaps

TampaBay.com: Upton brothers make history

Best Upton news since Bell and Bob Lobell reunited on Talk1200!

B.J. Upton’s fifth-inning grand slam earned him a rare curtain call from the Trop crowd, and a piece of history.

Upton and younger brotehr Justin, an outfielder for the Diamondbacks, are now the first set of brothers to go 20-20 - that’s 20 homers and 20 steals - in the same season.

AndrewJ Posted: September 11, 2011 at 08:52 PM | 4 comment(s)
  Beats: arizona, history, rays

Yankees Catching News Catch-All Thread

First, Frankie Brains got brained.:

After being run over by Nick Markakis on Thursday, Cervelli has been in the Yankees lineup two days in a row, only to be scratched each time. Girardi said Cervelli has some concussion symptoms, and he was sent for an ImPACT test tonight.

Then, Russell Martin hurt his thumb:

X-rays are negative on Russell Martin’s thumb, but Joe Girardi said he’ll be out a day or two

So, Jorge Posada donned the tools of ignorance for the first time this year:

He did most of his work staring in to Posada once Russell Martin left after two innings with a bruised right thumb, suffered on an Izturis foul tip.

“I hadn’t seen [Posada] back there in a long time,” Sabathia said. “He stepped up and did a great job ...

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It was something about the man-spider and sodomy, Posted: September 11, 2011 at 06:52 PM | 49 comment(s)
  Beats: minor leagues, yankees

Red Sox, Rays Flirting With Historic Collapse, Comeback

Or as Red O’Flush drooled out at the bar last night…“OMG! Fred Stanley meets Grady Little!”

The Red Sox held a nine-game lead over the Rays on Sept. 3. Based on coolstandings.com, which simulates the remainders of seasons one million times to determine playoff chances, Boston finished that day with a season-high 99.6 percent chance of making the postseason.

Essentially, the site’s engine calculated that if the rest of the season was played out a million times, the Red Sox would make the playoffs roughly 996,000 times and miss it about 4,000 times.

We are not suggesting that Boston will completely fall apart, and a 4 1/2-game lead with 18 games to play remains sizable. But if the club somehow missed the playoffs, it would rank as the ...

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Repoz Posted: September 11, 2011 at 03:29 PM | 172 comment(s)
  Beats: projections, rays, red sox, sabermetrics, yankees

McDonnell: With Mike Trout in the lineup, the Angels usually win

The Hatcher Act of 2011…in violation of something or another!

The 20-year old, who had never played above Double A until he was promoted in early July. He hit just .163 with one homer and six RBI, but the Angels went 9-3 in the dozen games he started. Since his August 19th recall, he’s again started twelve times and the Halos have triumphed in eleven. Obviously he’s a player who can do everything on the field—offensively and defensively—and do it well. But how has he been able to have the immediate and profound impact in such a short time and at such a young age?

Hitting coach Mickey Hatcher has a theory.

“I think the other players are excited to watch him play,” Hatcher said, “and I think it pumps them up to see what he can do. Guys ...

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Repoz Posted: September 11, 2011 at 01:14 PM | 12 comment(s)
  Beats: angels, fantasy baseball, projections

Bickley: Randy Johnson seems at peace, ready for Diamondbacks reunion

This is the land of Grace and Schilling and Bierbrodt. They won’t fall for that!

Johnson turned 48 on Saturday, and the change in his personality seems profound. Retirement has muted his legendary intensity. Time has soothed most of the anger he felt toward the organization, although he still hasn’t forgotten how they rebuked his offer of a 50 percent pay cut, forcing him to reach a treasured milestone (300 victories) and end his career in a different uniform (Giants).

“It was (Jeff) Moorad and a couple of other people who were running the organization at the time,” Johnson said. “They thought that wasn’t enough of a hometown discount. At the time, San Francisco was more than willing to have me come and win that game there. I was ...

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Repoz Posted: September 11, 2011 at 12:21 PM | 16 comment(s)
  Beats: arizona, hall of fame, history

Image of the day: Memorial in Monument Park

Creative Commons by JVarghese81.


Image of the Day usually only makes in-season appearance for special occasions or remembrances. And today, on the tenth anniversary of the 9-11-01 attacks, here is a picture of a memorial to the victims put up in Monument Park in old Yankee Stadium, which I presume was moved over to the new stadium as well.

Gamingboy Posted: September 11, 2011 at 11:20 AM | 3 comment(s)
  Beats: special topics

NY Times: Big League Anxiety on the Baseball Diamond

Sunday Book Review of THE ART OF FIELDING By Chad Harbach

Chad Harbach makes the case for baseball, thrillingly, in his slow, precious and altogether excellent first novel, “The Art of Fielding.” “You loved it,” he writes of the game, “because you considered it an art: an apparently pointless affair, undertaken by people with a special aptitude, which sidestepped attempts to paraphrase its value yet somehow seemed to communicate something true or even crucial about the Human Condition. The Human Condition being, basically, that we’re alive and have access to beauty, can even erratically create it, but will someday be dead and will not.”

If it seems a stretch for a baseball novel to hold truth and beauty and the entire ...

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bobm Posted: September 11, 2011 at 06:07 AM | 9 comment(s)
  Beats: books, fantasy baseball

AL West race: September 10, 2011

TEX 82-64 [5-4 in SEPT]
LAA 80-65 [7-2 in SEPT] (1.5 GB)

MLB.com: Rangers burned by grand slam in loss to A’s

The Rangers trailed by five runs going into the bottom of the sixth before launching a comeback that fell one hit short in an 8-7 loss to the Athletics on Saturday afternoon at the Ballpark in Arlington.

MLB.com: Haren blanks Yanks as Halos climb up West

A more efficient Haren outlasted Sabathia, foiling the Yanks’ ace in his bid for a 20th win, and the Angels prevailed, 6-0, with some late Saturday night thunder in front of 42,774 at Angel Stadium.

NTNgod Posted: September 11, 2011 at 04:03 AM | 9 comment(s)
  Beats: angels, game recaps, rangers

AL Wildcard race: September 10, 2011

Braves and Brewers (both having played Phillies/Cards this past week) are also making things more interesting than they’d both probably like, and may also be showing up soon.

BOS 85-60 [2-8 in SEPT]
TBR 80-64 [6-3 in SEPT] (4.5 GB)
LAA 80-65 [7-2 in SEPT] (5 GB)

MLB.com: Behind Longoria, Rays trim Wild Card deficit

But in the 11th, Desmond Jennings hit a ball to right-center off Red Sox reliever Daniel Bard that Jacoby Ellsbury couldn’t catch. Jennings made it to third, and then after B.J. Upton grounded out to first, Evan Longoria ended things with a walk-off single to center to give the Rays a 6-5 victory Saturday night.

MLB.com: Haren blanks Yanks as Halos climb up West

 

NTNgod Posted: September 11, 2011 at 03:10 AM | 47 comment(s)
  Beats: angels, game recaps, rays, red sox

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Guillen wants to lead White Sox ‘next 20 years’

Yeah, and I want to lead Die Jungen for the next 20 years…but that whole one-man-band thing kinda gets in the way.

Ozzie Guillen hopes 2011 won’t be his final season with the White Sox. In fact, Guillen said Saturday he expects his managerial tenure in the city to extend well beyond the present decade.

“I expect to be back here next year,” Guillen told ESPN 1000’s “Talkin’ Baseball” on Saturday. “I expect to be back here for a long time. I think I’m shooting for the moon, but I think my expectations are pretty high, always will be. I think there’s no doubt in anybody’s mind how much I love this organization, how much I love this city. ... [There were] two things that [were] my goals when I was a kid, that was to play in the big leagues ...

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Repoz Posted: September 10, 2011 at 11:07 PM | 14 comment(s)
  Beats: white sox

Joel Horlen, former OSU baseball player

Catching up with the traceable Joel Horlen.

Horlen, now 74, is believed to be the only person to play on teams that won the Pony League World Series, the College World Series and the major league World Series.

We had a good pitching staff. Led the league in four or five different categories. I still didn’t get pitcher of the year award.

I faced a bunch of good hitters. Tony Oliva won the batting title every year. That’s about the only guy I can remember that I really didn’t like facing. I know I gave up enough hits to everybody else. He was by far the best. I tried to hit him one time, right in the neck. He just stepped to the side and hit a double down the left-field line.

Winning all those different World Series, they’re all good. ...

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Repoz Posted: September 10, 2011 at 10:56 PM | 10 comment(s)
  Beats: college, history, reds, white sox

Sullivan: LaHair hopes to be given chance to make Cubs in ‘12

Lots of interesting little tidbits in this one:

LaHair credited Iowa hitting coach Von Joshua for changing his hand slot and helping renew his confidence. He hopes to be given a chance to make the Cubs in 2012, though the organization appears to be leaning toward re-signing Carlos Pena.

Dusty watch: Reds manager Dusty Baker said the hardest part of managing the Cubs was the lack of patience in Chicago.

“They keep reminding you of the 100 years,” he said, referring to the 103-year championship drought. “That’s a pretty short time period to try and change things around. And that’s not easy.”

Asked why it’s so tough to win on the North Side, Baker said: “I don’t know why. I tried to tell them. They ran me out of town.”

Extra innings: ...

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McCoy Posted: September 10, 2011 at 08:04 PM | 18 comment(s)
  Beats: cubs

NYT: Forman: Lee’s Value to Phillies Can Be Measured in Zeros

Just heard Gary Cohen and Ron Darling talking up Forman’s latest (take note Kay/Flush…HA!).

Lee’s total of six complete-game shutouts leads the National League and is four ahead of the second closest pitchers, Clayton Kershaw of the Dodgers and Jaime Garcia of the Cardinals, and two ahead of any other team’s total in the National League. A four-shutout lead is the biggest lead since 1988 when Roger Clemens led the American League with eight shutouts, four ahead of Greg Swindell, Dave Stieb and Mark Gubicza. Lee is the second pitcher to have three times as many shutouts as a second-place pitcher. In 2007 Brandon Webb’s three shutouts led the league and 13 other pitchers finished with one.

...Lee (16-7) is third in league earned run ...

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Repoz Posted: September 10, 2011 at 05:55 PM | 14 comment(s)
  Beats: history, phillies, sabermetrics

KC Star: Dutton: Switch in Gold Glove balloting could benefit Kansas City OFs

Balloting this season for the Rawlings Gold Glove awards, which recognize defensive excellence, will for the first time not lump all outfielders together in balloting by managers and coaches.

The new approach will select a left fielder, a center fielder and a right fielder – and candidates at each position will be limited to those who play a specific number of games at that position.

NJ in NY (Now with Big Girl!) Posted: September 10, 2011 at 04:56 PM | 29 comment(s)
  Beats: awards, royals

Daniel Hudson Tosses complete game

They’re getting so used to winning at home, the Diamondbacks won’t be satisfied with simply clinching the National League West.

Forget about the San Francisco Giants, who the Diamondbacks lead by a staggering 8 1/2 games. The Diamondbacks have their sights on catching the Milwaukee Brewers for the second-best record in the NL and the right for home-field advantage in the first round of the playoffs.

Forget about the magic number, which has quickly dropped to 10. Friday’s win over the Padres, coupled with the Brewers’ 5-3 loss to the Phillies, moved the Diamondbacks a half-game behind Milwaukee for the No. 2 seed in the NL behind Philadelphia.

If they finish second overall in the NL, the Diamondbacks avoid facing the Phillies in the ...

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Jack Sommers Posted: September 10, 2011 at 04:46 PM | 9 comment(s)
  Beats: general

Sportsnet.ca: Davidi: Head of the class

The Toronto Blue Jays’ latest foray into developing Canadian baseball at the grassroots level comes in the form of a scout school for a handful of coaches from the country’s top amateur teams this weekend at the Rogers Centre.

The two-day session, which kicked off Friday morning, is being led by amateur scouting director Andrew Tinnish and is both selfless and a touch selfish in motivation.

By divulging some of the club’s philosophies on both player evaluation and development, the Blue Jays are hopeful that some key messages will trickle down to elite-level players before many of their habits on the field become set.
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But there is also an element of self-interest at play, as well, as the scout school should help the Blue Jays ...

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Boileryard Posted: September 10, 2011 at 03:15 PM | 0 comment(s)
  Beats: amateur, blue jays, scouting

No agreement on NPB’s demand for bigger share in 2013 WBC

Japanese baseball officials held negotiations in New York Thursday to demand a bigger slice of revenue to take part in the 2013 World Baseball Classic, but no agreement has been reached with organizers of the tournament.

Toshimasa Shimada, the head of international relations and other representatives of Japanese baseball, have requested that sponsorship rights and the rights to baseball memorabilia for the Japanese team be transferred to Nippon Professional Baseball.

Japan has said that they either won’t compete or won’t send NPBers if this issue isn’t resolved.

Gamingboy Posted: September 10, 2011 at 03:03 PM | 9 comment(s)
  Beats: international, japan

Rosenthal: MVP debate will have no clear winner

as Robothal (freep-freep) does have an AL MVP vote this year.

My elite eight:

The Blue Jays’ Jose Bautista.

The Yankees’ Curtis Granderson and Robinson Cano.

The Red Sox’s Jacoby Ellsbury, Dustin Pedroia and Adrian Gonzalez.

And the Tigers’ Justin Verlander and Miguel Cabrera,

...Most arguments, like most statistics, are flawed. Truth be told, I eliminated certain paragraphs from this column because I was contradicting myself. But that’s all part of the process, one that has been enhanced by the sabermetric movement. Advanced statistical analysts not only require front offices to alter their decision-making, but also force the MSM to better defend its positions, consider additional data, be more accountable.

That part is ...

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Repoz Posted: September 10, 2011 at 01:37 PM | 9 comment(s)
  Beats: awards, projections, sabermetrics

Don Malcolm: DEEP IN THE WELLS

or…The Vernon Dent: Healthy, Wealthy and Numb

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But let’s stick with the lede, waddya say? Who is that fallen Angel? That’s not hard—it’s Vernon Wells, a convenient target of derision due to his fat contract and his sleepwalking performance.

But Vernon did something the other day that puts him in line to set a major league record—he hit his 20th home run of the season.

How the heck does that put him in position to rewrite the record books? Well, because at the moment, Vernon has the lowest on-base plus slugging (OPS) of any player in baseball history to hit at least 20 HRs in a season.

As the chart shows, Vernon has just slipped below Willie Kirkland, who is the current holder of the record. Kirkland, a problematic slugger from the ...

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Repoz Posted: September 10, 2011 at 12:42 PM | 17 comment(s)
  Beats: angels, history, sabermetrics

Ex-O’s pitcher Jefferson dead at 62 of cancer

RIP…Jesse Jefferson.

Former Orioles right-hander Jesse Jefferson died Thursday at age 62 of prostate cancer. He pitched for five major league teams, including the Orioles from 1973 to 1975. He was 7-7 with a 4.13 ERA in 42 games with Baltimore. He was a resident of Midlothian, Va

Repoz Posted: September 10, 2011 at 12:01 PM | 2 comment(s)
  Beats: angels, blue jays, obituaries, orioles, pirates, white sox

AL West race: September 9, 2011

TEX 82-63 [5-3 in SEPT]
LAA 79-65 [6-2 in SEPT] (2.5 GB)

MLB.com: Rangers rout Athletics, protect division lead

The Rangers continued their domination of the Athletics with a 13-4 victory over the American League West rivals on Friday night.

The Rangers have now won nine straight over the A’s, tying for their second-longest winning streak against them. Texas beat Oakland 13 straight times in 1977-78.

MLB.com: Long after Weaver’s gem, Halos deny Yanks

Maicer Izturis lifted a sacrifice fly with the bases loaded in the ninth inning on Friday night, pushing the Angels to a walk-off 2-1 win over the Yankees before 41,014 in Anaheim.

NTNgod Posted: September 10, 2011 at 05:04 AM | 7 comment(s)
  Beats: angels, game recaps, rangers

Toronto Observer: Bautista no longer MVP front-runner

Imagine how observers outside of Toronto feel.

Bautista’s September eight-game hitting stats — .179 batting averag, .324 on base percentage and .321 slugging average are atrocious, but can easily be jettisoned due to small-sample-size bias.

His 88 August at-bats,  however, are a much better barometer for highlighting the slugger’s concerning decline. In that month, he recorded a .261 batting average, while launching eight homers, but striking out 26 times, his highest monthly total of the season.

Most noticeably, the former-journeyman’s batting average is conspicuously waning, and is on the verge of dipping below the very-crucial .300 mark.

The last player to bat under .300 and take home the AL MVP was Alex Rodriguez, who did ...

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Repoz Posted: September 10, 2011 at 02:55 AM | 18 comment(s)
  Beats: awards, blue jays, projections, sabermetrics

Tigers Broadcaster Rod Allen Apologizes for Calling Little People ‘Midgets’

He pingpinging.

During the sixth inning of Friday night’s Tigers-Twins game, play-by-play man Mario Impemba asked Allen what minor league city was his favorite. Allen said it was Buffalo and he explained why.

“The atmosphere at the ballpark was second-to-none. They had people at the concession stands that were dancing on top of the dugouts. They had some midgets around, they had some giants around.”

A half inning later, Allen took a moment to apologize for calling little people “midgets.”

“I want to get back to something I said last half inning. I used an incorrect term when I was referring to some of the little people that were part of the production in Buffalo. I used an incorrect term and I apologize if I offended anyone ...

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Repoz Posted: September 10, 2011 at 02:39 AM | 104 comment(s)
  Beats: announcers, media, television, tigers

Friday, September 09, 2011

Brisbee: On Juan Pierre Reaching 2,000 Hits ...

The Glasscock Line? Wasn’t that Cynthia Plaster Caster’s first attempt?

So that gap in between Doerr and Grudzielanek is where things become truly impressive, where a baseball player can make the jump from long, pleasant career to something more. This shall be known as the Glasscock Line, after Pebbly Jack Glasscock, who finished 244th all-time with 2041 hits.

Above Glasscock, you have Hall-of-Famers and All-Stars, players whose posters you would have had on your wall as a kid, whose baseball cards you collected. Below Glasscock, you have players who had fine careers, but who are more likely to be the Mark Grudzielanek of their era. It took a while to find this line of demarcation, and I think it’s quite suitable. It doesn’t rely on ...

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Repoz Posted: September 09, 2011 at 09:31 PM | 24 comment(s)
  Beats: history, sabermetrics, white sox

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