Tag: Dingerball

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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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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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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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What C.J. Cron Brings to the Table

This offseason C.J. Cron signed a one-year deal with the Detroit Tigers worth $6.1 million dollars. It seems like a bit much for a player who’s never had a single season above a 2.2 WAR. […]

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Can Aaron Nola Rebound to his 2018 Form?

In 2018, Aaron Nola was one of the top pitchers in baseball. He posted a 17-6 record with a 2.37 era. Nola was voted to his first All-Star game and finished 3rd in the NL […]

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A Deep Dive to the Bottom of the Strikezone

We’re living in an age where strikeouts are king. There’s no denying the rapid ascend in strikeout rate, a relative disregard for lack of contact in exchange for the power upside a little extra recklessness […]