|Date On||Date Off||Transaction||Days||Games||Side||Body Part||Injury||Severity||Surgery Date||Reaggravation|
Brian Kenny is referenced in the following articles.
|Overthinking It: Forever Changes||Ben Lindbergh||2014-07-11|
|Prospectus Preview: AL Central 2014 Preseason Preview||Ben Lindbergh||2014-03-26|
|Prospectus Preview: AL Central 2014 Preseason Preview||Nick Wheatley-Schaller||2014-03-26|
|Prospects Will Break Your Heart: An Evening with Brian Kenny||Jason Parks||2014-01-10|
|Skewed Left: My Column: The Jokes the Internet Killed in 2013||Zachary Levine||2013-11-21|
|BP Daily Podcast: Effectively Wild Episode 300: Brian Kenny on Sabermetrics, Broadcasting, and Confrontation||Ben Lindbergh||2013-10-04|
|BP Daily Podcast: Effectively Wild Episode 300: Brian Kenny on Sabermetrics, Broadcasting, and Confrontation||Sam Miller||2013-10-04|
|Fantasy Starting Pitcher Planner: Week 25||Paul Sporer||2013-09-13|
|Baseball ProGUESTus: Giving Up the PED Guessing Game||Gabe Kapler||2013-08-20|
|The Great Trade Game: Hunter Pence||Paul Sporer||2013-07-31|
|Fantasy Freestyle: Time for a Change||Jason Collette||2013-06-19|
|Baseball Therapy: Are Starters Motivated by Wins?||Russell A. Carleton||2013-05-23|
|Manufactured Runs: The Hawk Trap||Colin Wyers||2013-04-26|
|Overthinking It: 15 Questions I've Been Asking Myself Since the SABR Conference||Ben Lindbergh||2013-03-14|
|Overthinking It: The Not-So-Secret Sabermetrics of Marketing||Ben Lindbergh||2013-03-12|
|BP Announcements: Vote Now for the SABR Analytics Research Awards||Joe Hamrahi||2013-02-08|
|Baseball ProGUESTus: What Mainstream Baseball Analysis Looked Like in 1984||Chad Finn||2012-11-27|
|Resident Fantasy Genius: Q&A with Brian Kenny||Derek Carty||2012-11-05|
|Painting the Black: How to Fail at Managing||R.J. Anderson||2012-09-12|
|Prospectus Hit and Run: Rattling SABRs in the Desert, Part II||Jay Jaffe||2012-03-26|
|BP Unfiltered: Jaffe Versus Bowa||Jay Jaffe||2012-02-01|
|Prospectus Hit and Run: The Replacement-Level Killers, Part II||Jay Jaffe||2012-02-01|
|Prospectus Hit and Run: Resetting the Standard||Jay Jaffe||2011-12-02|
|BP Unfiltered: Talkin' Cooperstown on Clubhouse Confidential||Jay Jaffe||2011-11-28|
|Resident Fantasy Genius: Reviewing "Clubhouse Confidential"||Derek Carty||2011-11-14|
|Resident Fantasy Genius: Q&A with Brian Kenny||Derek Carty||2011-11-07|
|2014-03-12 14:00:00 (link to chat)||Please have Brian Kenny on the podcast again soon! He really went at you guys (especially Sam), made for one of the best episodes ever.|
(P from Austin)
|Yeah, had a good time talking to Brian. Hope to have him on again at some point, but he's a busy man. (Ben Lindbergh)|
|2013-09-04 13:00:00 (link to chat)||F*** one, marry one, kill one.
Yu Darvish, Bryon Buxton, Mike Trout.
(jharrison3 from Illinois)
|I'd f*ck Darvish. That's just pure honey and it would be very enjoyable.
I'd marry Buxton because he would offer so much. He can change the game with every tool.
I'd kill Trout just so I don't have to listen to people like Brian Kenny talk anymore. (Jason Parks)
|2013-02-19 13:00:00 (link to chat)||What's it like behind the scenes at Baseball Confidential? Any fun stories?|
(mattymatty2000 from Portland, OR)
|There's not a lot of time for fun stories when I pay a visit to the MLB Network studios, since it basically boils down to going over my notes, talking to Brian Kenny for a few minutes, and then going back out into beautiful, sunny Secaucus, New Jersey as I make my way back to Manhattan. Everyone is very friendly, and "Hey, I was on TV!" is a fun story for me, but that's not as entertaining for anyone else.
One thing I will say--the area where all the Clubhouse Confidential magic happens is right by the area where people with access to the entire MLB Network TV archives cut clips and such. I always want to press my face up against the glass and watch what they're doing. Think of the GIFs I could make! (Ben Lindbergh)
|2012-03-23 12:00:00 (link to chat)||Why don't rotoheads and SABR dorks like me? I am ready to punch Brian Kenny in the mouth!|
(Mark Trumbo from Anaheim)
|Kenny is standing on first base waiting giving you that chance knowing that 71% of the time, he'll avoid your punch. You have massive power, stop hitting the ball on the ground so much and you'll be fine. (Jason Collette)|
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