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How about Cano's 7th homer as a bullet for the Yanks' game?
Someone ought to say it: The title of this article, "The Weighting is the Hardest Part," cracked me up. Verrry clever!
More support for this kind of commentary within the context of a baseball analysis. Greed and corruption are not the province of one political party or another.
Of course, as with any *great* site, merely posting a question provided the link to its answer (Joe Di's career TAv is revealed to have been .326). Thanks!
Is there a place on this site (or elsewhere) to find career TAv for players under 8,000 PA? In particular, how does Joe DiMaggio come out for his career?
I came up with three years at $15 million based on the arguments in the article. Then I remembered that this was the deal that Mo got. To me the most imponderable part of the equation is Jeter's pride. He needs a really good rationale to offer when asked what he thought of the deal. And to be at peace with himself. This has much less to do with his computable value than the intangibles of negotiation with a franchise icon. I think parity with Mo works all around.
Where's C.C. Sabathia?
Oops! I suppose that qualifies as taking the space. The company hasn't really existed since 1986 but the trademark still has lots of cultural and economic resonance. Oh well...
I share the concerns about "true" anything and awkward acronyms. What the stat describes is "how many runs a player created per plate appearance," scaled to the familiar batting average. Why not just call it RCA (runs created average)?
(I'm aware that "Runs Created" has a long history, but is there a specific reason that the "RCA space" has been taken already?
I'm very happy with the strategy to choose between early and late daily newsletters, and chose the "about 1 pm" - in the last few days, though, it seems as though I'm getting a mix of today's and yesterday's. Or, more precisely, the last few items in today's "late" newsletter were also in yesterday's newsletter.
Is it possible to automate the process in such a way that what's included in day X newsletter is marked, so as not to repeat it?
I've been happy with it as it is. I take it to mean that the day's new posts are available now. I do like the idea to lead with the premium content rather than the media content, but I don't mind scrolling. It's cool to be customer-friendly, but since each individual seems to have his/her own particular needs, it makes more sense to me to have the timing reflect the way you publish.
I\'m thrilled that you\'ve continued to add years in the past to your VORP stats. Now you\'re all the way back to 1954, both batters and pitchers. I\'d love to see you continue as far back as you can.