Tag Archives: National League

Surprises after 40 Games — NL Version

Yesterday, we took a quick glance at some surprises in the American League through the season’s first two months.  Today, let’s have a look through the numbers in the Senior Circuit (offense here and pitching here): (1)  The best hitting … Continue reading

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What Have We Learned – Chicago Cubs

Anybody can have a bad century – and I believe there are legions of folks in Wrigleyville polishing off their fourth Old Style hoping against hope that we are not three years into another bad century.   Peering through the amber … Continue reading

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What Have We Learned — Houston Astros

How did we ever let things get this bad?  The Houston Astros are impressive.  It is not that they have the major’s worst record (30-62, 19 games out of 1st place at the break).  The story of the Astros goes … Continue reading

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Jim Edmonds and the Hall of Fame

On 9 August 2010, the Cincinnati Reds acquired Jim Edmonds for journeyman outfielder Chris Dickerson.  Recently turned 40, Edmonds has put together one of the quietest cases for the Baseball Hall of Fame in recent memory. A 7th round daft … Continue reading

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