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  1. Happy Birthday, Bill White

    David Schoenfield

    It's been a weak stretch of birthdays -- we should do a little study, but it wouldn't surprise me if January is the weakest month for birthdays. This could be related to the birthday effect that Malcolm Gladwell outlined in his book "Outliers" -- th...

    Blog | January 28, 2014
  2. Max Scherzer becomes key player in series

    David Schoenfield

    If there's one piece of good news for the Detroit Tigers, it's that Sunday's rainout means Max Scherzer received an extra day of rest before his Game 2 start. Scherzer had thrown 32 pitches in a relief outing against the Yankees in Game 5 of the Divi...

    Blog | October 10, 2011
  3. Erick Aybar's bunt not 'bush league'

    David Schoenfield

    Sunday's Angels-Tigers game was one of the best of the season, with Cy Young candidates Jered Weaver and Justin Verlander facing off. Verlander flirted with a no-hitter. Weaver got upset at Magglio Ordonez staring at a home run (it appeared Ordonez w...

    Blog | August 01, 2011
  4. Good, bad RBI production in cleanup spot

    David Schoenfield

    Amazing stat of 2011: The Seattle Mariners' cleanup hitters are hitting .190 with four home runs and 34 RBIs. OK, enough with the bad news. Here are the teams with the most RBIs from the cleanup position this season: Red Sox 79 Phillies 74 Br...

    Blog | July 19, 2011
  5. Will these guys turn it around?

    David Schoenfield

    I have to think one of the most difficult decisions a manager has to make is when to tell a veteran star he is moving down in the lineup ... or is being relegated to part-time duty ... or is not playing at all. Sometimes the player makes the decis...

    Blog | May 03, 2011
  6. 30th Man: Who should you vote for?

    David Schoenfield

    Baseball has named 10 candidates for the 30th man slot on the All-Star rosters. Here's who to vote for.

    Story | Conversation | June 30, 2002