Analyzing the Tigers Runs Created by Player, Team and League

I’ve looked at the Tigers runs created (RC) and runs created per game (RC/g) before. The link is here if you want to take a look at the collective group of stats the Tigers had put up in the first month. I received a couple e-mails after that post went live from some of you […]

"In baseball, there is what you expect and what you cannot expect, and after that there is what you cannot even imagine." --Armando Galarraga

Nobody’s Perfect: A Review

Today marks the second anniversary of what will likely become one of the most noteworthy games in Tigers history, if not baseball history: Armando Galarraga’s perfect game against the Cleveland Indians. The events of June 2, 2010, and in the days that followed, seemed unbelievable. Here you had a pitcher who was decent when he […]

The Prince Power Production Plan kicks off June 1st.

For the Current Crop of Tigers, Christmas Comes in June

I took a quick look at Brennan Boesch’s career numbers in the month of June last night and was pleasantly surprised to find that it was his best month out of any month of the year. Of course, it shouldn’t really come to any surprise, June is the first real warm month, especially in Comerica […]

Turning Points, Random Variation, and the Insanity of Fandom; Oh, and Tigers Win 7-3

Turning Points, Random Variation, and the Insanity of Fandom; Oh, and Tigers Win 7-3

In the top of the 2nd inning, Delmon Young was thrown out at home place by Red Sox right fielder Ryan Sweeney. It was a close play — and the right move, for all you Gene Lamont haters out there — but Young was definitely out. Jarrod Saltalamacchia then led off the bottom of the […]

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