Noah Sherman

  • joined Nov 07, 2011
  • last login Aug 27, 2014
  • posts 33
  • comments 126

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A Brief Bit of Nostalgia: 2008 Dustin McGowan


He was good and then got hurt an now he's not really that good.

Baseball is hard: Jays lose 7-2


Home opener tomorrow!

Blue Jays avoid arbitration for another year


The Blue Jays have avoided arbitration with two of their three arbitration-eligible players, signing Colby Rasmus to a one-year, $7M deal, and Brett Cecil to a one-year deal worth $1.3M. Both deals...

Here Are Some Old Blue Jays Commercials


Frank Thomas' strongest case for the Hall of Fame lies within.

Experimenting With Outfield Fences


The offseason is slow sometimes so here is a *fun* little thought experiment.

Noah's Free Agent Pick: Scott Feldman


The Blue Jays need pitchers and Scott Feldman is a pitcher so I guess that makes him a match.

Bautista trade speculations


A post in which I make you hate me. [Ed. note: we already do]

Bud Black and unusual defensive moves


Tuesday night the Padres moved players around defensively 36 times. Ok maybe not that much, but multiple players played multiple positions yet Ronny Cedeno played an entire game at short stop.

A Blue Jays mascot race: Why not?


A post about sausages and things.

Fast season for slow pitches


Some pitchers happen to throw a rare slow breaking ball. Here are a handful of the slowest!

That time Adam Lind walked against a lefty


Hitting for the cycle, throwing a no hitter, a left handed pitcher walking Adam Lind - these are the rarities of baseball; the moments you live for as a fan.

Appreciating platoons & the teams that do it well


Platoons are a big part of the game of baseball. Which teams do it well, and how can the Blue Jays improve?

Lawrie makes changes, is good again?


Brett Lawrie was not having a productive 2013 season until lately, when he made some changes.

George Kottaras and Friends


George Kottaras is the Three True Outcome king. I made a team of George Kottaras wannabes.

Bo Porter Takes His Time


Yes the Astros' bullpen is quite bad, but could Bo Porter maybe be ready to make a change?

Eighteen GIFs of the Blue Jays Committing Errors


All the Blue Jays errors in the second half! Fun! GIF! Action!

Even Usain Bolt couldn't catch Adam Lind!


I get bored a lot while watching baseball games, and strange thoughts enter my mind. Could Emilio Bonifacio catch up to Adam Lind, if Bonifacio were on first and Lind on second?

Blue Jays Apparently Interested in Howie Kendrick


Blue Jays interested in Angels second baseman

This Year and Last - The Starters


How are the Blue Jays' five original starters doing as compared to last year?

What's going on with Emilio Bonifacio?


His numbers are down so far this year--what could be causing this?

Lineup variation and overreaction


John Gibbons uses a lot of different lineup combinations. It means nothing at all.

A Look at Last Night's Zone


Some questionable strike calls were made last night, but upon further inspection, they didn't seem all that questionable after all.

A Thing That Happened and a Thing That Did Not


The Blue Jays' home opener is tonight, but here read this thing about the Rangers and Astros!

Spring Stats and Ricky Romero


Are spring stats worth taking a look at? According to a study done on Fangraphs a while back, strikeout and walk rates have some significance. Let's look at at some players and see if we can see...

The Bullpen and Splits


Many spots in the bullpen remain open as the Blue Jays prepare for the 2013 season. Let's take a look at the relievers seeking to start the season in the major leagues.

Alex Anthopoulos On Prime Time Sports


Alex Anthopoulos was on Prime Time Sports today for two segments - Here are some highlights!

All-Time All-Jewish All-Stars


Chanu Hann Hanukkah is coming to a close, so why not have a bit of fun and look at some of the best Jewish players to play the game of baseball?

The Blue Jays' Roster: What Still Needs To Be Done


The Blue Jays have made plenty of positive moves this offseason, but how is the 25-man roster looking right now? Let's look at which issues still need to be addressed.

Bringing Order To The Blue Jays


In the second of this two-part series on lineup optimization, Noah Sherman takes concepts from The Book and applies them to the 2012 Blue Jays.

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