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William Estes

Tips for Enjoying a Baseball Game

If you are a die-hard baseball fan, then you must know Jacques Barzun, a social commentator. He once said that if one needs to find the mind and heart of America, one needs to first learn baseball. Baseball is a favorite of many and a loved sport in America; which reflects on the society.
Can you imagine a summer without baseball? Neither can I. The summer has started and you’ve gone get down to your local fan shop to pick up some custom hoodies in support of your club. The best thing about baseball is its stability. During t [..]

Statcast as the New Big Data Analytics System for Baseball

When most people think about baseball analytics, one of the first things that they will think about is Statcast which came out sometime in the year 2015. From then on, it has been one of the most widely used tracking technologies in the sports industry when it comes to baseball. What it does is that it gets information about the different types of pitches and their respective details.
At first glance of the web design, Malaysia hosted too, it invites viewers to immerse themselves in the statistical experience. It also has the ability to cal [..]

National’s Reliever, Kelvin Herera Leave the Game Due to Shoulder Tightness

Washington National’s reliever, Kelvin Herrera left the game on its ninth inning against the Atlanta Braves. Herrera was seen leaving the field alongside National’s manager Davey Martinez, giving the Braves a 3-1 lead on the current games
Herrera complained of tightness on his shoulder. Martinez had scheduled an MRI scan on the injured shoulder. Herrera is now part of the disabled list alongside Sean Doolittle.
During the game, Herrera seems to be throwing the pitches really wel [..]

MLB adopts new security measures

Acting on recommendations made in the Mitchell Report, Major League Baseball adopted a number of security and logistical changes Monday in an effort to combat use of performance-enhancing drugs.
The measures adopted Monday include mandatory random drug tests and background checks for all current and future clubhouse personnel.
In addition, clubs will be required to maintain a […]

The MLB Post Season Is Almost Here

The Boys of October are about to take center stage. Are you prepared for the upcoming MLB playoffs and the World Series? With the help of Ticket Solutions, you can be. Ticket Solutions provides baseball fans access to games they normally have to watch on television. Wouldn’t you like to see your team fight for […]

The Wild Card Chase Heats Up

Say what you will about MLB’s use of the wild card playoff allowance—an idea many baseball purists hate—but it’s hard to deny the added interest these additional races create. Consider this: if there wasn’t a wild card playoff spot in MLB, what would teams like the Phillies, Braves, Yankees and Twins have to look forward […]

A’s activate Calero from DL, option Braden to minors

The Oakland Athletics activated right-hander Kiko Calero from the 15-day disabled list Friday and optioned lefty Dallas Braden to Triple-A Sacramento.
Calero had been sidelined since June 17 because of inflammation in his right shoulder. He is 1-4 with a 6.39 ERA in 31 relief appearances with the A’s this year.
Braden made three relief appearances since […]

Boston beat Baltimore

Josh Beckett was forced to come out of the game. Jeremy Guthrie probably should have stayed in.
Guthrie took a three-hit shutout into the ninth inning and came within two outs of his first complete game before Baltimore manager Sam Perlozzo pulled him, only to watch the Boston Red Sox score six runs and beat the […]

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