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Gauging Gomez

By on February 24, 2014

Gauging Gomez

Last season, Carlos Gomez gave Brewers fans something positive to discuss. Gomez posted the best numbers of his career across every major offensive category and won a Gold Glove for his stellar center field play. Yet, Gomez’s performance was only part of the story. His… [More]

Carlos Gomez and Jean Segura Get Shredded

I can already smell the fresh cut grass. Ok, that might be because I’m writing this in LA where I can open my windows and take in 70-degree days instead of the polar vortex. But you get the idea. Baseball season is fast approaching. On… [More]

The Net Worth of MVP Candidates and Brewer Players

For the second consecutive year, the BBWAA awarded Miguel Cabrera the AL MVP over Mike Trout. Cabrera received 23 out of the 30 first place votes and totaled 385 points while Mike Trout accrued only 5 first place votes and 282 points. The actual vote… [More]

On Miguel Cabrera and WAR

By on September 19, 2013

On Miguel Cabrera and WAR

Because Mike Trout is currently hitting a superhuman .346/.496/.581 in the second half, it seems we’re poised for another inflammatory MVP debate in the American League. Through much of the season, it appeared Miguel Cabrera was going to run away with the award. He had somehow improved… [More]

Could Carlos Gomez go 40-40?

In baseball’s modern era, the creation of the American League in 1901, there have been 236 no-hitters and 21 perfect games. 65 times pitchers have struck out four players in one inning, and 50 times pitchers have stuck out the side using the minimum of… [More]