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Has anyone ever done a pitching study comparing pitchers and their stats with and without Varitek? Barring Varitek's inability to shutdown the running game towards the end of his career, he called a solid game and worked with his guys very well.
Where are your new articles?!?! How are things?
Sorry it took so long to reply, I hadn't seen your post to my page, which I only check every so often. My family is full of Giants fans, but many also cheer on the Jets because they don't see any true rivalry. Actually, most of us are okay with the Mets as well, and only care about them when they are playing the Yankees. I'm reading your article now.
Patrick, got your message, can't reply for some reason. You've got it a lil mixed up though, I never said Bard to the closers role, I was a champion of Bard to the rotation. Based on his performance in High Leverage situations, or lack there of, I felt the rotation would offer more promise than closing.
Patrick, long time no chat. Still think I'm crazy about Bard to the rotation? I prob don't look as nuts as I did months ago, right?
I was quizzing you and figured you'd appreciate this trivia and could possibly use it with your New England friends. =)
David Ortiz, 12 consecutive seasons, active streak leader.
Triple, three bases, batter's box to third.
Let me rephrase I realize my original was horribly done.
There is a player who is leading the active streak of at least one triple in consecutive seasons. For example, Brett Gardner has had four consecutive seasons with at least one triple, including 2011 making it an active streak. Obviously Gardner is not the answer. Name that player.
Do you know the active consecutive seasons of at least one triple player is?