Tag:Milwaukee
Posted on: July 22, 2008 8:49 am
Edited on: July 25, 2008 9:06 am
 

MLB Records Since May 25th

  1. Milwaukee (36-16)
  2. Los Angeles-A (32-17)
  3. New York-A (31-20)
  4. Detroit (31-20)
  5. Chicago-N (31-21)
  6. New York-N (32-22)
  7. Chicago-A (30-21)
  8. Minnesota (30-21)
  9. Boston (29-21)
  10. Tampa Bay (29-22)
  11. Philadelphia (26-24)
  12. Texas (26-24)
  13. St Louis (27-25)
  14. Cincinnati (27-25)
  15. Oakland (24-26)
  16. Toronto (24-26)
  17. Kansas City (25-28)
  18. Colorado (25-28)
  19. Baltimore (24-28)
  20. Pittsburgh (24-28)
  21. San Francisco (23-27)
  22. Florida (24-29)
  23. Los Angeles-N (23-29)
  24. Cleveland (21-29)
  25. Atlanta (21-30)
  26. Seattle (20-30)
  27. Arizona (20-31)
  28. San Diego (19-32)
  29. Houston (17-32)
  30. Washington (16-35)
Category: MLB
Posted on: May 13, 2008 4:46 am
Edited on: May 31, 2008 4:50 pm
 

Fielder Factor

Throughout his young career Ryan Braun is a completely different hitter when he has Prince Fielder protecting him in the lineup. He has 538 ABs with Prince on deck and 132 ABs with somebody else behind him in the lineup. Here are the numbers projected over 162 games

Ryan Braun with Prince's protection:
AVG: .333
HR: 49
RBI: 139
R: 118
SLG: .647
OBP: .378
SB: 15
OPS: 1.025


Ryan Braun without Prince's protection:
AVG: .258
HR: 37
RBI: 107
R: 102
SLG: .508
OBP: .295
SB: 19
OPS: .803
Category: MLB
Posted on: May 8, 2008 11:54 pm
 

Carlos Villanueva is a Four Inning Pitcher

Villanueva has made seven starts this season and there is a clear drop off in effectiveness after the end of the fourth inning for him. Here are the numbers:

Villanueva through the first 4 innings:

W-L (if game ended then): 4-2
ERA: 2.89
WHIP: 1.18
BAA: .219
K/9IP: 7.07

Villanueva in the 5th and beyond:

W-L: 2-4
ERA: 14.25
WHIP: 2.82
BAA: .475
K/9IP: 3.27
Category: MLB
Posted on: April 23, 2008 12:14 am
Edited on: April 24, 2008 4:16 pm
 

Don't be fooled by a batting average

After a terrible start to the season last year that culminated in Weeks being sent down to the minors, he has been one of the best leadoff men in all of baseball. Don't believe me? He has the stats to prove it

Weeks has played 65 games since returning from Triple A Nashville on August 10th, 2007. If you project the numbers he's put up since then over 162 games here is what you get for a full season:

BA: .245
H:
142
R:
160
RBI:
62
HR:
35
SLG:
.485
SB:
50
CS:
2
OBP:
.404
BB:
127
HBP:
30
OPS:
0.889
Category: MLB
Posted on: January 17, 2008 2:26 pm
 

Derrick Turnbow Trends in 2007

Derrick Turnbow's ERA in his previous two appearances before a game in which he surrendered an earned run, and the next two games after he surrendered an earned run:
50.0 Innings pitched, 5 earned runs. 0.900 ERA

Turnbow's ERA in games when he has at least one day's rest:
46.2 innings pitched, 10 earned runs. 1.948 ERA

Turnbow's ERA in games when he pitched the night before:
21.2 Innings pitched, 25 earned runs.
10.613 ERA 
Category: MLB
 
 
 
 
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