The K Zone A Series by Maddie Marriott and Mike Duffy Installment #2 by Maddie Marriott January 9, 2019 Welcome back to your favorite series: How MLB Teams Got Their Names! (*crowd roars*) If you haven't checked out our first... Continue Reading →
There are several theories as to why pitchers tear their UCL's, making Tommy John Surgery necessary. I compare the leading theories to the historical data to see which ones can hold their own.
- The K Zone - December 8, 2018 Luis Valbuena and Jose Castillo Killed in Car Crash by Mojo Hill In a tragic and heartbreaking Tweet that was posted Friday night, it was reported by Marcos Grunfeld M. of Univision Deportes... Continue Reading →
The hitting streak is one of the most most exciting feats in baseball, but is this show of physical and mental endurance real or just a statistically expected illusion?
National League MVP Mike Ian Mojo Maddie Jack The K Zone Official Ranking 1 Yelich Yelich deGrom Yelich Yelich Yelich 2 Rendon Carpenter Yelich Arenado Freeman Arenado 3 Arenado Rendon Arenado Carpenter Story deGrom Breakout star Christian Yelich took first... Continue Reading →
Kapler has a more bold and analytical approach to the game. These things on top of a few more made him a unique choice for a Phillies organization that is familiar to more of a traditional approach to baseball. He has had a rollercoaster first year as manager, and a very interesting journey into baseball which I was just excited to find more about.
We've all heard MLB commentators, especially the old-school ones, complain about a team's postseason chances because its players lack experience, but is there real evidence to suggest that's true? Taking a look a hitters, pitchers, age, and experience, we can draw a data-driven conclusion.
By: Jack Kennedy Ever since the analytical era of baseball began, the way we view baseball stats has significantly evolved. Emphasis has been continually taken away from standard stats such as batting average and has been redistributed to the increasingly... Continue Reading →