Legends of the Game: Team by team career H above the league average leaders

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. Today’s Legends of the Game is […]

Legends of the Game: Team by team career overall bases vs. league average, AL

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. Today’s Legends of the Game are […]

Legends of the Game: Team by team hits above the league average leaders, AL

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. Today’s Legends of the Game are […]

Two runs scored

Scoring a pair of runs is not exactly a formula for success, although the Reds, Braves, and Giants do have winning records this season when scoring two runs. It feels this season, with scoring down, that there is a preponderance of games in which a team scores just a pair. Take the Pirates for example. […]

Peter Gammons: The Art and Craft of Baserunning

Brian Butterfield is one of those people everyone in the game knows. Derek Jeter to this day mentions him because after making 56 errors in the minor leagues playing as a frisky colt, Butter’s long hours on the minor league level helped him stabilize his energy and become a Hall of Famer. He is at […]

Opening Day: Scott Feldman and the Astros

I’m sorry, it’s just not that easy being an Astros fan. This is a team that has spiraled from 86 losses in 2010 to 106 in 2011, 107 in 2012, and 111 last season. Deserving of the “Hapless Astros” nomenclature, they enter the season carrying a 15-game losing streak and Astros manager Bo Porter has […]

Comparing the BBWAA vote and IBWAA Hall of Fame votes

Both the newer Internet Baseball Writers Association of America‘s (IBWAA) and the traditionally authoritative Baseball Writers’ Association of America (BBWAA) released their 2014 Hall of Fame election results last week. As a member of the IBWAA, I was particularly interested in seeing if there would be a difference in the results to see if writers from […]

Jeff Bagwell’s Unfair Burden

Neil Weinberg is the Founder of New English D and the Associate Managing Editor at Beyond The Box Score. You can follow and interact with him on Twitter @NeilWeinberg44. No one has any evidence that Jeff Bagwell used performance enhancing drugs. There are whispers, but there is no evidence. None. Not the Mitchell Report, not […]

Video: The Top 2014 HOF Candidates

MLB.com highlights the top Hall of Fame candidates this year including Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, Frank Thomas, Craig Biggio, Jeff Bagwell, Mike Piazza, Jack Morris and Tim Raines.

Qualified Hall of Famers on this Ballot

From the desk of Joe Sheehan. Joe Sheehan (@joe_sheehan) writes for Sports Illustrated and publishes the Joe Sheehan Baseball Newsletter. The process by which players are elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame is broken, and because of that, I’m not going to bother doing a mock ballot. These are the 15 players on the […]