Tristan WrightWeblog: fromthenosebleeder.blogspot.com/
First Published: May 12, 2011 / Last Published: Jun 09, 2011
I strive to write all factual, unbiased reports on the different players and team in the MLB. Whether it's their successes or failures, I try to explain it with the stat sheets.
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June 9, 2011
Ignorant Baseball Fans
The fact the they feel they know more than MLB player/coach/GM is ridiculous. You know the guys who have put their time in
June 7, 2011
Are Home Plate Collisions Really That Wrong?
People who are defending what Scott Cousins did aren't blood thirsty fans or players who love to watch people get hurt. They see the big picture.
May 21, 2011
Evil Empire Becomes Evil Retirement Home
One of the bleakest things known to this sport is swirling like a black cloud over Yankee Stadium this season.
May 18, 2011
The AL Central: Flipped on Its Head
The AL Central has been been flipped upside down
May 17, 2011
Weather Impact on Baseball
Research proves weather impacts baseball. And not just the wind and the rain. The amount of sunlight affects the stats to.
May 16, 2011
What's Wrong with Hanley Ramirez?
Before you start clamouring for his replacement, that he's over the hill or he's getting paid way to much for stats like that, you need to ask a few questions and look further into the issues
May 15, 2011
The Miracle on Grass: Cleveland Indians
Perhaps the biggest story of the year is the The Miracle On Grass. better known as the Cleveland Indians, right now enjoying the most improbable success.
May 13, 2011
The Enigma Named Jose Bautista
Everyone that pays attention to the MLB should have heard of Jose Bautista, and how he went from hitting 16 homers to blasting 54 in 2010.
May 12, 2011
What Happened To The Champs?
How to jumpstart a sleepy offense and inject some energy into the stagnant defence and get over their World Series hangover
Ubaldo's Struggles Shouldn't Surprise Us
Ubaldo Jimenez's struggles have been a bit of a mystery to the Colorado Rockies. Just one year after going 19-8 with a impressive 2.88 ERA and holding opponent's to a cool .209 AVG, Jimenez has struggled thus far.