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A Kuhl Player I Found: Chad Kuhl

My discovery of Chad Kuhl came during one of many instances where I find myself exploring and perusing Baseball Savant. It’s one of the most insightful, awe-inspiring things and humbling things a baseball enthusiast can do. Each […]

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Age is just a Number with Nelson Cruz

The year 2020 will be Nelson Cruz’s 16th MLB season, and much like a fine wine; he has only improved with age. During the first 9 seasons of Cruz’s career, he averaged 17.44 home runs […]

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What You Need to Know About the Proposed 2020 MLB Season

As I write this on Tuesday, May 12, 2020 Major League Baseball just announced yesterday that the league’s office and team owners have agreed upon a plan for what the 2020 season will look like. […]

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A Prolific Pioneer: Branch Rickey

In a game riddled with innovation and competitive imbalance never has there been a pioneer as prolific as Branch Rickey. We recognize him for much of his work, an amount which would bedazzle the resume of any […]

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Baseball and Mother’s Day Throughout the Years

On the second Sunday of May each year, we celebrate and give thanks to the great mothers around the world that have shaped us into the human beings we are today. The MLB also gives […]

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Player Analysis: Lance Lynn

In 2019 Lance Lynn finished with the 11th best WAR in the entire league according to FanGraphs. I don’t think anyone expected those kinds of results from Lynn going into the 2019 season. Lynn is […]

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Dingerball Podcast: Corona SZN Talk

Jacob and Logan have a couple of guests that talk baseball with them in the middle of this pandemic. They talk about past performances and future performances ahead. Listen in for the full details.  You […]

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Bulletproofing Your Arsenal

There are a myriad of strategic intricacies throughout any baseball game that branch off a singular theory. For example, the recent decay in stolen bases is largely tied to better event valuations. Organizations now recognize and apply […]

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How High is the Ceiling for Matt Olson?

The 26-year-old first baseman has made a name for himself as one of the premier power hitters in the league. In 2019, Olson posted career highs in home runs (36) and RBIs (91) across 126 […]