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  1. Ty Cobb

    Ty Cobb



    G H R HR RBI BA SLG
    3035 4189 2246 117 1937 .366 .512
  2. What if Willie Mays were a free agent?

    David Schoenfield

    We talked a lot about Mike Trout in Tuesday's chat session. Following up on that, a couple Trout links to check out. Buster Olney writes today: If Trout were a free agent right now and told teams he would only sign a one-year deal, what would he ...

    Blog | December 18, 2013
  3. Mike Trout of Los Angeles Angels in rare company with 190th hit

    Angels centerfielder Mike Trout has become only the third major league player since 1900 with 190 hits, 100 walks and 30 stolen bases in the same season.

    Story | Conversation | September 29, 2013
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  5. Ichiro Suzuki of New York Yankees gets 4,000th professional hit

    Andrew Marchand

    Ichiro Suzuki joined Pete Rose and Ty Cobb as the only players with 4,000 career hits in the highest levels of professional baseball.

    Story | Conversation | August 21, 2013
  6. Accomplishments of Yu Darvish and Ichiro Suzuki need no asterisks...

    Dan Szymborski

    Dan Szymborski explains why the accomplishments of Yu Darvish and Ichiro Suzuki in Japan need no asterisks.

    Story | Conversation | August 13, 2013
  7. Giants are making plays and executing

    David Schoenfield

    SAN FRANCISCO -- The San Francisco Giants have played textbook baseball in their past five games, baseball so beautiful that John McGraw is probably up in baseball heaven telling Ty Cobb, "That's Giants baseball. That's how you play the game." Tha...

    Blog | October 26, 2012
  8. Caramba! Ciriaco takes aim on Cobb

    Gordon Edes

    BOSTON -- Pedro (Caramba!) Ciriaco has a chance to join Ty Cobb Saturday night as the only players ever to have at least three hits and a stolen base in four consecutive games. Cobb did it in 1927. Ciriaco is 10-for-12 (.833) with 2 doubles, 6 RBI...

    Blog | July 14, 2012
  9. Ciriaco strikes again as Sox top Rays

    Gordon Edes

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- For a sophisticated baseball audience like New England, we would never expose ourselves to the ridicule that would come from putting Pedro (Caramba!) Ciriaco's name in the same sentence as Ty Cobb. Or maybe we would. Cir...

    Blog | July 14, 2012
  10. Baseball cards in Ohio attic might fetch millions

    Karl Kissner picked up a soot-covered cardboard box that had been under a wooden dollhouse in his grandfather's attic. Taking a look inside, he saw hundreds of baseball cards bundled with twine. They were smaller than the ones he was used to seeing.

    Story | Conversation | July 10, 2012
  11. One season, one month, two cycles for Hill

    ESPN Stats & Information

    Benny Sieu/US PresswireAaron Hill became the fourth player in Major League Baseball history to hit for the cycle twice in the same season.Barry Bonds, Tony Gwynn, Willie Mays, Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb are among the great hitters who never did it even on...

    Blog | June 30, 2012
  12. Mike Trout: Greatest 20-year-old ever?

    Hudson Belinsky

    It's April 27. The Cleveland Indians are celebrating a walk-off victory, after getting to the Angels' bullpen, an occurrence that has become a fixture for the Halos in April. The Angels sit at 6-14, having lost five straight games and won only one se...

    Blog | June 11, 2012
  13. Best batter-pitcher matchups of all time

    David Schoenfield

    The other night I tweeted something like, "Would love to see Aroldis Chapman face 2001 Barry Bonds." On the Baseball Today podcast, we had a reader ask us about best pitcher-hitter matchups to watch for over the next few years. With that prompt, I...

    Blog | May 24, 2012
  14. The day Ty Cobb hit three home runs

    David Schoenfield

    A few days before Josh Hamilton had his historic four-homer game, I had written a post asking readers to vote for the greatest day by a hitter in major league history. After Hamilton set an American League record with his 18 total bases, I was on ...

    Blog | May 15, 2012
  15. Easier to put up big numbers in old days

    David Schoenfield

    Here are the debut seasons of the 15 greatest position players in baseball history, according to Baseball-Reference.com's WAR (wins above replacement-level) statistic, listed in chronological order: 1897 (Honus Wagner) 1905 (Ty Cobb) 1906 (Eddie...

    Blog | March 07, 2012
  16. Baseball fans still revere olden days

    David Schoenfield

    We've moved on to the second round of the Greatest MLB Season Ever bracket. All top-10 seeds advanced, but there were three upsets; interestingly, all involved shortstops. Alex Rodriguez lost to Ken Griffey Jr. in a Mariners death duel (got destroyed...

    Blog | March 06, 2012
  17. Introducing: Best season of all time bracket

    David Schoenfield

    In 1975, Joe Morgan hit .327 with 17 home runs and 94 RBIs. Those traditional statistics may not seem impressive, but Morgan's season ranks as one of the best in the game's history. As we begin voting Monday on the greatest individual season of al...

    Blog | March 05, 2012
  18. Hall of Fame debates: Spirited, emotional

    David Schoenfield

    There are a lot of misunderstandings about the Hall of Fame and its voting procedures and results, beginning with the little fact that baseball was not, of course, actually invented in Cooperstown, N.Y., in 1839 by a future Civil War general named Ab...

    Blog | January 02, 2012