Coffee and Clippings: Royals are World Series champs

Andy McCullough (@McCulloughStar) of the Kansas City Star wraps up the World Series as the Royals are once again World Champions…. The win followed a blueprint authored by this club all postseason. The Royals collected their eighth comeback victory, and their sixth with a multiple-run deficit. Silent for eight innings, the team conquered Matt Harvey […]

Gammons Notes: Cole Hamels to Boston?, Alex Rodriguez, Royals, Mariners and Game Changes

No matter what has passed, and one can argue Alex Rodriguez probably doesn’t recall everything that has happened since he signed that original $252M deal with the Rangers, it is his bargained right as a major league baseball player to try to come back and collect the rest of the contract he signed during the […]

The Royals steal one from the A’s

I think the A’s will have to agree that Royals should be arrested for thievery. They were running wild last night in Kansas City tying the postseason single-game record with seven steals. There have only been 11 postseason games prior to this with as many as five steals Date Series Gm# Tm Opp Rslt SB ▾ […]

Adam Dunn calls it a career

As Christian Colon crossed the plate in the 12th inning of last night’s AL Wild Card Game, the hopes and dreams of Athletic players, personnel, and fans would fade into the Kansas City night. But lost in the mayhem of it all was the anticlimactic exit of one of the best home run hitters of this […]

Stats report: More feats for Mike Trout

Lee Sinins is the creator of the Complete Baseball Encyclopedia, the most powerful baseball encyclopedia on the market. All stats in the ATM reports are generated from the Complete Baseball Encyclopedia, unless explictly stated otherwise. FRAA, since 1950, comes from Baseball Prospectus. Lee can be followed on twitter @ATMreports. 1) Yesterday, Angels CF Mike Trout […]