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March 3, 2010
Against the Fence
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I say it's about time shirts began pulling their weight. Luckily, engineering students at Northeastern University have developed a shirt that can log data on a pitcher's mechanics.
Larry Granillo has compiled a timeline of all major league stadiums, arranged by franchise.
Justin Inaz provides a useful reference of run environments of all major and minor leagues from 2007-2009.
Is Tim Lincecum further proof that pitchers with certain repertoires exhibit reverse platoon advantages? When it comes to batters, I'm an avowed agnostic on the subject of individual platoon splits.
Interviewed in Science Daily, Kerry Whisnant says otherwise equal teams with high slugging percentages have less variation in runs scored.
Bugs Bunny is a five-tool player, no doubt about it.