Monthly Archives: April 2017

The Spitter History Project: The Most Important Rule Change in Baseball History

The most important rule change in baseball history happened in 1893. No, really.

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Careful With That Small Sample Size, Eugene

Last year, Texas confounded everyone by outperforming their projected record by 13 games. Most of that was attributable to the bullpen, led by journeyman Sam Dyson, who took over ninth-inning duties for Shawn Tolleson (who was non-descropt for the most part until he became the closer). Matt Bush, Tony Barrette, Jake Diekman, and Alex Claduio also contributed greatly to the

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