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  • Thursday night, Jones launched three balls high into the night air at Minnesota's Target Field, known as a pitcher's park.

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  • Whether having a so-called pitcher's park ultimately helps or hurts the Mets is an issue that can be argued at length.

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  • By that, I mean that they aren't able to simply take "traditional" stats that are easy to measure, twist them up in impressively mathtastic ways, and spit out a new stat that more accurately describes an individual player's performance like a baseball sabermagician might do when referring to a pitcher's FIP, for example. rss feed

  • If there weren't 18 boys up for a game, the positions of right field, second base, and first base were eliminated, and one played something called pitcher's hands out.

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  • He did, however, trade Venditte for one of that unique pitcher's specially made six-fingered gloves this spring.

    A Wacky Wannabe Southpaw

  • I'd like to see what each of you would wear on a pitcher's mound.

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  • *-Adjusted for ballpark and runs scored in each pitcher's respective league that year

    Status Quo Fine for Mets' Dickey

  • But from the pitcher's side, they love to throw to you, Saltalamacchia said.

    Is Montero Too Big for the Job?

  • It's been Diplomacy in the batter's box and Community on the pitcher's mound.

    Henry Mintzberg: Two Strikes Against Diplomacy

  • I'd sneak into Wrigley Field to throw a few balls from the pitcher's mound.

    What If This Year Is the Last?


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