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  1. Random thoughts before Game 3

    David Schoenfield

    Some bullet points as we get ready for the all-important Game 3. When the World Series is tied 1-1, the Game 3 winner goes on to win 71 percent of the time. Royals manager Ned Yost did what myself and others speculated, inserting Jarrod Dyson i...

    Blog | October 24, 2014
  2. It's more Royals magic in Game 2 win

    David Schoenfield

    Game 2 of the American League Championship Series was another exciting affair, decided this time in the ninth inning instead of the 10th. The Kansas City Royals won it with a small-ball rally this time, scoring twice to beat the Baltimore Orioles 6-4...

    Blog | October 11, 2014
  3. Mattingly sits Puig: Twitter reaction

    David Schoenfield

    Yasiel Puig has been benched for Game 4 in favor of Andre Ethier. Puig is a better player than Ethier; he was better at the plate, and he's better in center field. But he also struck out seven times in a row before his sixth-inning triple in Game 3, ...

    Blog | October 07, 2014
  4. Poll: Right move to start Kershaw?

    David Schoenfield

    Remember, for a long time, short rest meant starting on two days of rest, not three -- think of Sandy Koufax in Game 7 of the 1965 World Series spinning a three-hit shutout or Mickey Lolich in Game 7 in 1968 beating Bob Gibson. So it's not as if t...

    Blog | October 06, 2014
  5. Mariners' bullpen best in majors

    David Schoenfield

    In Game 1 of the Seattle Mariners-Boston Red Sox series at Fenway Park on Friday, Felix Hernandez allowed three runs in 5.2 innings -- the first time he'd allowed three runs in 18 starts. In Game 2, Chris Young pitched just 3.2 innings. In Game...

    Blog | August 24, 2014
  6. Yankees can't afford a Tanaka slump

    David Schoenfield

    Now, there's no need to panic just yet if you're a New York Yankees fan. I mean, even Bob Gibson allowed five runs in a game two times and six runs once back in 1968, the year that he posted a 1.12 ERA. Sandy Koufax won 27 games with a 1.73 ERA in 19...

    Blog | July 09, 2014
  7. No explaining Nelson Cruz's big year

    David Schoenfield

    It's about time we talked about Nelson Cruz, the free agent nobody wanted in the offseason, at least for the money that Nelson Cruz wanted. Coming off a 50-game PED suspension, maligned for his defense, maligned for his age (he turns 34 on July 1), m...

    Blog | June 26, 2014
  8. Watch out, NL: Here come the Nationals

    David Schoenfield

    Two weeks ago, the Washington Nationals were 25-27. Now they've won nine of 11, are 34-29 and riding some amazing starting pitching. The pitching staff as a whole has allowed more than two runs just twice in those 11 games -- four runs both times -- ...

    Blog | June 11, 2014
  9. Hisashi Iwakuma is one of baseball's best

    David Schoenfield

    If the season ended right now (5:48 p.m. ET), the Mariners would be in the playoffs, tied with the Angels for the two American League wild-card spots, a half-game ahead of the Orioles. They're 31-28, just beat the Braves for the second time in Atlant...

    Blog | June 04, 2014
  10. A's have potential to win 100 games

    David Schoenfield

    Over their past 10 games, the Oakland A's have won nine and outscored their opponents by a staggering 71-18. They pitched three shutouts, scored double-digit runs three times and hit 18 home runs while giving up eight. They are 28-16 with a run diffe...

    Blog | May 19, 2014
  11. What's wrong with Miguel Cabrera?

    David Schoenfield

    I mean, other than it's just 16 games. Still, Miguel Cabrera, a three-time reigning batting champion and best hitter on the planet, is struggling along with a .206/.275/.333 line. While even the great hitters have their slumps, it's unusual to see Ca...

    Blog | April 22, 2014
  12. A day of pitching, pitching and pitching

    David Schoenfield

    There were 15 games played Wednesday. One-third of those games featured a shutout. Teams hit a collective .220 and averaged 2.8 runs per game. The Cubs played a doubleheader and didn't score a run, the first time that has happened since 1962 (the Cub...

    Blog | April 17, 2014
  13. Running diary: King Felix vs. Darvish

    David Schoenfield

    We don't see these matchups as often you may expect, ace versus ace, best in the game versus best in the game. For the third time in their careers, Felix Hernandez faced Yu Darvish. The first two battles, both in 2012, went to King Felix: He allowed ...

    Blog | April 16, 2014
  14. Over/under: Paul Goldschmidt's homers

    David Schoenfield

    The Diamondbacks and Dodgers kick off the regular season in Australia with a game that starts Saturday morning at 1 a.m. West Coast time, so let's do an over/under on D-backs first baseman Paul Goldschmidt. Goldschmidt hit .286 with 20 home runs i...

    Blog | March 21, 2014
  15. Over/under: Giancarlo Stanton's home runs

    David Schoenfield

    Giancarlo Stanton is still just 24 years old. Which is why many believe he's yet to hit his ceiling. After hitting 37 home runs in 123 games in 2012 and leading the National League in slugging percentage, Stanton missed some time again in 2013 and...

    Blog | March 14, 2014
  16. Javier Baez shows off his sick bat speed

    David Schoenfield

    PEORIA, AZ -- I arrived in Arizona on Wednesday night just in time to catch a few innings of the Cubs-Mariners night game in Peoria. The Mariners ran out what could very well be their Opening Day lineup, minus Felix Hernandez and Corey Hart: Abrah...

    Blog | March 13, 2014