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Kevin Dame

Infographics Editor

MOST RECENT POSTS

Chris Carpenter's Repertoire, Visually

Here's a visual called Paintomatic. It shows a pitcher's repertoire of pitches, with circle size indicating how often he throws the pitch and color indicating how effective the pitch is. Click on the image for a closer look!

InfoGraphic: Rangers Slam Tigers

Today's Visual Box Score recaps Monday's Game 2 win for the Rangers, highlighting the game's heroes (and goats). The sizes of the players' names represent each player's contribution to win expectancy, with white indicating positive contribution and red indicating negative contribution. Click on the images for a closer look!

Albert vs. Prince

PlayerShaper looks at a player's strengths across 4 key areas and measures those strengths relative to the rest of the league. For hitters, PlayerShaper looks at on base percentage, power, speed, and defense. Click on the image for a closer look!

Comparing Brewers And Cardinals Pitching

Rankometer evaluates a team's pitching staff (its 5 best starters and 3 best relievers) relative to the rest of the league. Starting on the left, you'll see each team's best starter, ranked from best to worst. The next column does the same for each team's second best starter, and so on through the rotation and bullpen. Click on the images for a closer look!

How The Tigers And Rangers Stack Up

Head2Head explores a series matchup by visualizing both teams' strengths and weaknesses across all facets of the game. Click below for a closer look!

Tigers Edge Yankees, InfoGraphically

Visual Box Score recaps last night's Tigers win and highlights the game's heroes (and goats). Font size of player names represents each player's contribution to win expectancy, with white indicating positive contribution and red indicating negative contribution. Click on the images for a closer look!

Fister vs. Nova - It's On!

You've seen PlayerShaper for hitters, now let's use it to look at the two pitchers facing off in tonight's decisive Game 5. For pitchers, PlayerShaper looks at innings per start, walks allowed, strikeouts, and ground ball percentage. Click on the image for a closer look!

Saunders vs. Wolf

Here's a visual called Paintomatic. It shows a pitcher's repertoire of pitches, with circle size indicating how often he throws the pitch and color indicating how effective the pitch is. Click on the image for a closer look!

PlayerShaper and Ryan Braun

PlayerShaper looks at a player's strengths across 4 key areas and measures those strengths relative to the rest of the league. For hitters, PlayerShaper looks at on base percentage, power, speed, and defense. Click on the image for a closer look!

Rating the Phillies Pitching Staff

Rankometer evaluates a team's pitching staff (its 5 best starters and 3 best relievers) relative to the rest of the league. Starting on the left, you'll see each team's best starter, ranked from best to worst. The next column does the same for each team's second best starter, and so on through the rotation and bullpen. Click on the image for a closer look!

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