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  1. Can Shields return to 'Big Game' form?

    Katie Sharp, ESPN Stats & Info

    With nearly 1,000 career innings on his resume, 28-year-old James Shields is the elder statesman and most experienced pitcher in the Tampa Bay Rays' starting rotation. He's already the franchise leader in innings pitched, and is tied with Scott Kazmi...

    Blog | August 29, 2010
  2. Why Cano has become so dangerous

    Katie Sharp, ESPN Stats & Info

    Robinson Cano has put up some incredible numbers this season, with a .367 batting average that leads all major-league players. He has hit regardless of location (.379 on the road, .355 at home), pitcher-handedness (.399 vs RHP, .309 vs LHP), month (....

    Blog | June 21, 2010
  3. Miguel Cabrera thriving with two strikes

    Katie Sharp, ESPN Stats & Info

    Miguel Cabrera is one of the great hitters in the game, with a .312 career batting average that ranks in the top 10 among active players. But unlike most guys that hit for a high average, Cabrera is prone to striking out - a lot. In fact, since debut...

    Blog | April 28, 2010
  4. Howard limiting his whiffs

    Katie Sharp, ESPN Stats & Info

    Ryan Howard has never struck out 200 times in a season. OK, he has reached 199 punchouts twice, but we're trying to focus on the positives here. Howard actually has more to brag about than simply avoiding the big 200. After whiffing 199 times for th...

    Blog | April 21, 2010
  5. Rasmus showing better discipline

    Katie Sharp, ESPN Stats & Info

    Colby Rasmus got off to a flying start this season - literally - with a home run-saving catch on Opening Day that invoked memories of a similar over-the-wall grab by Jim Edmonds in July 2004 vs the Cincinnati Reds. It is one of many highlights that ...

    Blog | April 14, 2010
  6. Peterson makes difference for Brewers

    Katie Sharp, ESPN Stats & Info

    The Brewers likely had enough offense to be a playoff contender last season, ranking third in the NL in runs and OPS. But on the mound, they flat-out stunk. Their starting rotation had an ERA of 5.37 that was the worst in the NL and tied for worst in...

    Blog | April 11, 2010
  7. David Wright goes to right

    Katie Sharp, ESPN Stats & Info

    David Wright hit a home run to right field in the first inning Thursday vs. the St. Louis Cardinals. Big deal...it's spring training, right? Not so fast. In case you've forgotten, Wright suffered through a historic power outage last year as he hit just...

    Blog | March 04, 2010