Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Cooperstown Case For Mike Mussina

Late on the night of September 2, 2001, New York Yankee pitcher Mike Mussina stood on the mound at Fenway Park in Boston. There were two outs in the ninth inning with the Yankees leading, 1-0. Mussina had two strikes … Continue reading

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The Magic of the Suicide Squeeze

There are nine ways to score from third base with fewer than two outs: hit, error, passed ball, wild pitch, bases-loaded walk, balk, sacrifice fly, steal of home, or a ground out. The last way, the ground out, can be … Continue reading

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