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  1. What we (still) know about aging

    Rob Neyer

    Today Mitchel Lichtman concludes his study on aging patterns. For those of you too "busy" to read the whole thing: When all is said and done ... we pretty much find that which we already knew -- players peak at around age 27-28, decline graduall...

    Blog | December 29, 2009
  2. And the winners are ...

    Rob Neyer

    We don't know the Gold Glove winners yet, but do have the Fielding Bible winners: P: Mark Buehrle (8) C: Yadier Molina (9) 1B: Albert Pujols (9) 2B: Aaron Hill (6) SS: Jack Wilson (6) 3B: Ryan Zimmerman (6) LF: Carl Crawford (10) CF: Frankl...

    Blog | November 02, 2009
  3. Friday Filberts

    Rob Neyer

    Today's links were thrown together at the last minute, but with all the love and support that I could muster ... * David Pinto compares perfecto-saving catches, and he's right: There's no comparison! * Hearty kudos to Steven...

    Blog | July 24, 2009
  4. Buehrle reminds us (again) that he's good

    Rob Neyer

    Well, Mark Buehrle has thrown two more no-hitters than Roger Clemens, Greg Maddux, and Tom Glavine. Combined. Does that mean Buehrle's a Hall of Famer someday, too? Hardly. Unless you're Nolan Ryan, Hall of Fame voters pay little attention ...

    Blog | July 23, 2009
  5. Mailbag: Why not Buehrle for 300?

    Rob Neyer

    From ye olde mailbag: Just a quick question -- why is it that, when discussing who may end up winning 300 games, no one mentions Mark Buehrle, ever? For comparison's sake, he ended his Age 29 season with 122 wins, 13 more than Johan Santana at t...

    Blog | April 22, 2009
  6. A's staff as strong as ever

    Rob Neyer

    With the addition of Mark Redman, the A's could perhaps have their best starting rotation in years in 2004.

    Story | Conversation | December 22, 2003
  7. Protecting pitchers from 20 losses defeatist attitude

    Rob Neyer

    Why the stigma of losing 20 games? Bad enough for Steve Carlton should be good enough for others.

    Story | Conversation | June 25, 2003