Monthly Archives: June 2012

Official 2012 All-Star Ballot

It hasn’t been long since I posted my Quarter Season All-Stars, but (1) several players have started or stopped hot streaks since then, (2) the Baseball Bloggers Alliance is asking for my ballot, and (3) I want to base my … Continue reading

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Inner Circle Hall of Fame

Graham Womack of Baseball Past and Present asked several bloggers and fans to contribute to a project in which he’ll create a 50-man Hall of Fame Inner Circle. I’ve tackled similar topics before in these pages, but I can’t help … Continue reading

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How Long Can American League Dominance Continue?

For the past eight seasons, the American League has won more than its share of interleague games, and it hasn’t been particularly close. The AL has gone 1106-910, good for a .549 winning percentage, which equates to an 89-73 regular … Continue reading

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Same Old Bryce Harper

Bryce Harper was born on October 16, 1992. On June 12, 2012, Bryce Harper went three-for-four with a long home run in a win against the Blue Jays. According to the Associated Press recap of that game, Harper had this … Continue reading

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Ranking Rotations with True Season Score

A few weeks ago, I introduced True Season Score, an update on last year’s Season Score. If you haven’t been following, Season Score attempted to evaluate a pitcher’s cumulative success at any point in a season by accumulating his Game … Continue reading

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