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Tag: RBI

5 Stats from the Detroit Tigers 7-6 Loss to the Chicago White Sox

Four The number of RBI by designated hitter Victor Martinez. V-Mart only had nine RBI on the season entering the game, and had only totaled more than a single RBI once. Wednesday’s showing was an encouraging sign for Martinez as Read More

5 Stats to Know from the Detroit Tigers 6-4 Win vs the Kansas City Royals

11 The number of hits collected by the Tigers as a team. They easily out-hit the Royals, who managed a comparatively paltry six hits. 15 The number of pitches needed by Detroit closer, and former Royal, Joakim Soria to pitch Read More

5 Stats to Know from the Detroit Tigers 10-7 Win vs the Minnesota Twins

The Tigers have won yet another series, taking two-out-of-three in Minnesota. Here are five stats to know from the 10-7 triumph. Four The number of runs driven in by Miguel Cabrera. Miggy went 3-for-5 with the four RBI and two Read More

5 Stats from the Detroit Tigers 2-1 Win over the New York Yankees

11 J.D. Martinez and Yoenis Cespedes both drove in runs in the win. It was the eleventh RBI for each player on the season. 2 The number of outs recorded by reliever Joba Chamberlain on only two pitches. The former Read More

Kingdome Crossover: The Jason Bay/Casper Wells Post-Conundrum Analysis

Here’s a piece I wrote over at www.kingdomeofseattlesports.com/ on the Mariners outfield situation. Give it a read. The Mariners made no secret of their desire to beef up their middle-of-the-order in the off-season. They turned John Jaso into Mike Morse. That transaction, however Read More

MLB Thanks: It’s Not Thanksgiving, But it Certainly Isn’t Too Early to Say Thanks to Baseball Part 3

Thanks to the Milwaukee Brewers and San Diego Padres for Ryan Braun and Chase Headley’s collective one-upping competition for the National League RBI crown. Outside of that there wasn’t anything outstanding from either of you. (Prepares to write next part, Read More

Can the Pittsburgh Pirates Keep It Up?

The Pittsburgh Pirates are 11 games over .500. When was the last time you were able to say that? Not only are they a game ahead of the Reds for first in the NL Central, but they had more All-Star Read More

Who is the Best First Baseman in the American League?

Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder. Possibly the NL’s finest pair of first basemen last season now find themselves in the AL, who were already rich with first basemen. The Candidates- Albert  Pujols, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Maybe the best Read More

Stop with the Money Talk

People have stressed the fact that Prince Fielder signed a ridiculous contract. So what if it’s ridiculous? The guy is still under 30 (27). He absolutely rakes. He might be the best power hitter in the game. And he isn’t Read More