Baseball Cards

Baseball cards are an unbelievable source of information for baseball aficionados  especially kids. On the face or front  is a photograph of the player, always out of focus or off-centered so you have difficulty identifying him at the stadium, in the parking lot, or at card shows. On the back of the card is usually a cartoon with a […]

Even When He Misses, You Can’t Touch Kershaw

There are a plethora of ways to describe Clayton Kershaw‘s greatness. You could say that the Dodgers lefty has taken home two Cy Young Awards, and should clear shelf space for a third. You could note that his career ERA is 52 percent above average once you account for park factors and league-wide run-scoring levels […]

Legends of the Game: Decade by decade SO 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 RSAA leaders, American League

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: Decade by decade RSAA 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 are […]

Double talk

Last night in the Yankees 2-1 loss to the Rays, Derek Jeter picked up his ninth double and the 534th of his illustrious career tying him with Lou Gehrig for the most in franchise history. Nine to Know: Yankee leaders in doubles Rk Player 2B From To G PA 1 Derek Jeter 534 1995 2014 […]

Whatever Greinke is doing, he’s doing it Zackley right

Zack Greinke was brilliant again as the Dodgers defeated Cole Hamels and the Phillies, 5-2. Greinke (4-0) allowed two runs and five hits while striking out 11 and walking one batter intentionally. Greinke has a streak of 17 straight games in which he allowed two earned runs or less. According to Elias Greinke has allowed […]

Jordan Lyles’ great game at the bat and on the hill

The Rockies’ Jordan Lyles allowed five hits, walked two and struck out four in 6.2 innings and picked up three hits of his own in Colorado’s 8-1 win over the Chicago White Sox. Lyles is the second pitcher this season with a three-hit game joining Wade Miley who had three for Arizona ironically against the […]

Opening Day: Ricky Nolasco and the Twins

No surprise from Minnesota manager Ron Gardenhire as he announced that Ricky Nolasco will be the Twins’ Opening Day starter when they face the White Sox in Chicago. Nolasco has started twice before on Opening Day, in 2009 and 2013,  both for the Marlins. He’s 1-1, beating the Nationals in 2009 and losing to the […]

Wins Leaders by President

In honor of President’s Day on Monday, February 17: The pitchers with the most wins each presidency Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909): Christy Mathewson – 236 William Howard Taft (1909-1913): Walter Johnson – 132 Woodrow Wilson (1913-1921): Walter Johnson – 207 Warren G. Harding (1921-1923): Urban Shocker – 71 Calvin Coolidge (1923-1929): Dazzy Vance -129 Herbert Hoover (1929-1933): […]