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Joe Veno

  • joined Mar 02, 2010
  • last login Jul 16, 2013
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Platoon Matt Kemp?

If Matt Kemp's stint on the disabled list doesn't solve his health issues, then the Dodgers have options having three capable outfielders (and four bodies that can actually play outfield). A...

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Should pitcher hitting be used in Hall of Fame consideration?

The arbitrary cut-off I use for what is to be considered a great season is a minimum of 6 WAR. Or 6 wins. This is the cut-off for many. Some others will count a say, 5.8, as a 6. But I...

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Chris Davis and steroids.

Or maybe not. My dad, my two brothers and I took a trip up to Cooperstown back in September of 2010. It was the morning after the Jets knocked off the Patriots in week 2, 28-14 disappointing half...

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The Royals, 2014 World Series champions

The Royals went all in this year. They grabbed their most valuable trade-chip and they flipped it across the table in exchange for a very good return. But that "very good return" had a much smaller...

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Jacoby Ellsbury patrolling Citi Field?

New York is not a patient city. You watch movies with traffic jammed up, every.single.driver honking their horns as though the cars are all of a sudden going to begin moving at a reasonable...

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Jacoby Ellsbury patrolling Citi Field?

New York is not a patient city. You watch movies with traffic jammed up, every.single.driver honking their horns as though the cars are all of a sudden going to begin moving at a reasonable...

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The Royals, 2014 World Series champions.

The Royals went all in this year. They grabbed their most valuable trade-chip and they flipped it across the table in exchange for a very good return. But that "very good return" had a much...

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Tom Glavine is not a Hall of Famer.

Normally, I wouldn't even address a pitcher's won/loss record. They aren't useless, they aren't irrelevant, but they are something that should be overlooked when evaluating a players...

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Stephen Drew is just like his brother.

They are made of the same pedigree, share the same blood. Stephen however tends to smile a little more though. And most importantly, on the baseball field, they are solid when it comes to running,...

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Stephen Drew is just like his brother

They are made of the same pedigree, share the same blood. Stephen however tends to smile a little more though. And most importantly, on the baseball field, they are solid when it comes to...

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Benzos and baseball

Intramural baseball is not Major League baseball, I get that. But some universities offer intramural baseball as an option to those that want to partake. It has the same feel. It's the same...

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Sox only need a Salt(y) shaker

If you think this is a terrible title to a mediocre article, you would be write, but it gets the point across. Although in a sense, really doesn't. Contradiction what? Because having a guy like D...

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Don't give up Johnny Gomes.

When the Red Sox signed Johnny Gomes they were simply looking at a roughly below-average defender, who would only be worth playing against left-handed pitching. What they've gotten so far is a...

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The King vs. The MVP: Cy Young edition

Am I missing something? Justin Verlander is arguably the best pitcher in baseball, while Felix Hernandez is right there with him. So why is Verlander a near unanimous choice for the American...

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The Statistician Magician awards

Each and every November, after a World Series pitting two teams against one another that were not the best teams during the regular season, I feel the urge to write a post about the award winners. ...

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Soriano and his opt-outs.

What do opt-outs do for the club? Reflecting on the Soriano-Yankees deal.

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Give the BBWAA a break when it comes to steroids.

Statistics in baseball are great.  They give us a number, or multiple numbers that allow us to evaluate a players talent, without having to watch him play every day.  This is very convenient, as...

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Statistician Magician's 2010 NL Cy Young ballot

Statistician Magician's 2010 NL Cy Young ballot

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Statistician Magician's 2010 NL MVP ballot

Statistician Magician's 2010 NL MVP ballot

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Statistician Magician's AL CY Young ballot

AL Cy Young: 1) Felix Hernandez 2) Cliff Lee 3) Jon Lester 4) Francisco Liriano 5) Jered Weaver Debatable?  Of course.  All these awards are.  With Bonds out of the league.  And Pedro...

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Statistician Magician's 2010 AL MVP

AL MVP: Adrian Beltre Robinson Cano Josh Hamilton Felix Hernandez Cliff Lee Many seem to be in support of Josh Hamilton as the AL MVP.  And I do understand why, but I have my reasons --...

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