1. Baseball's Bash Brothers: Top Home Run Hitting Teammates Since 1987

    The Bash Brothers, Mark McGwire and Jose Canseco, took the baseball world by storm with their home run hitting prowess at the close of the 1980s. They ushered in an era of increased power through science, the steroid age of baseball...

    Jay Hallahan Written by Jay Hallahan about over 4 years ago 7,971 reads 2 comments

  2. Youngest Players To 200 Home Runs

    With Miguel Cabrera's 200th home run today, what better time to see where he fits in the history of young power hitters.Miguel is the 294th player to hit 200 home runs in his career...

    Jay Hallahan Written by Jay Hallahan about 5 years ago 1,936 reads 0 comments

  3. This Decade's Home Run Leaders So Far: Part 2

    As promised, the rest of the top 50 home run hitters of this decade. In case you missed it, Part One, #50-26 can be found here: http://bleacherreport...

    Jay Hallahan Written by Jay Hallahan about 5 years ago 569 reads 1 comments

  4. This Decade's Home Run Leaders So Far: Part One

    With about six weeks of regular season baseball left in this as of yet unnamed decade (The Aughts? 2000's? The O's? What do we call this decade anyway?), and some spare time at work, I put together a little list of the top home run "heroes" of the decade.

    Jay Hallahan Written by Jay Hallahan about 5 years ago 726 reads 1 comments

  5. 2009 Detroit Tigers Salary Pie

    Mmmm salary pie. What? No pie? No whipped cream either? Perusing the Detroit Tigers page on Cot's Baseball Contracts, the web's clearinghouse for MLB salary inquiries, is a troubling activity...

    Jay Hallahan Written by Jay Hallahan about 5 years ago 944 reads 5 comments

  6. American League's Longest Tenured Players by Team

    In today's era of free agency and high franchise turnover, it's rare to see players stay in one place for very long. Long gone are the days of Mickey Mantle, Brooks Robinson, Al Kaline, Alan Trammell, and even Bernie Williams...

    Jay Hallahan Written by Jay Hallahan about 5 years ago 539 reads 9 comments

  7. The Worst Seasons in Detroit Tigers History

    The Tigers currently sit at 60-54, good enough for 1st in the weak Central Division. If the Tigers lost the rest of their games this season (Fingers-crossed that won't happen), they'll still finish with 17 more wins than their 2003 counterparts...

    Jay Hallahan Written by Jay Hallahan about 5 years ago 1,356 reads 6 comments