What do Pete Rose, Justine Henin and Riccardo Riccò have in common? Zach takes a look at that question and more in this week’s edition of NTSF…
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In 2004, Carlos Beltran was playing what may have been the best baseball of his life. As a member of the Houston Astros, he nearly single-handedly propelled the team from fifth to first in the NL Central. Beltran dominated the playoffs, batting .435 with eight homeruns, fourteen RBIs, six stolen bases, and a 1.558 OPS [...]
This is the eleventh in a series of articles where I break down the greatest players baseball has ever seen. The first nine looked at each position individually and the tenth looked at the players I ranked 50th through 26th overall. This week, we will be looking at the players I ranked 25th through 11th.
This is the sixth in a series of articles dealing with baseball’s greatest players, position by position, culminating in an overall list of the greatest players. This volume covers Left Field. Who are the greatest in MLB History? Continue reading to find out.
Sports reporter Jim Gray has a long history of unimpressive behavior; his latest stunt only adds to his dubious resume.
On several sports sites, I continually see so-called sports fans (and some paid analysts!) using stats to justify player comparisons or evaluations without actually knowing what the stats actually mean and how important each stat is in the big picture. This is a big problem when talking about baseball players. So, in this article and [...]