MLB Week in Review (May 3-9)

The MLB is fast becoming a pitchers league as the dead ball era has returned and pitchers are taking over. The offence has taken a dive since the steroid era and teams are always trying to find the players that can break this apart. There are still the teams that have a good offence but those teams can be shut down by a better pitcher. That makes pitchers the most valuable asset to any team as teams are all trying to find that true ace. They are looking for the pitcher that can change a game or the pitcher that can take the mound and is a guaranteed win.

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MLB Week in Review (May 11-17)

The MLB has a trend brewing and it is the continuation of a new era in baseball that has been mention in this blog many times. The steroid era is finished and instead comes the dead ball era 2.0 as the pitchers are taking over once again. It doesn’t mean that offence is completely disappearing but pitchers are now emerging as the stars over the batters.

MLB Week in Review (April 28-May 4)

Last week I wrote about Philip Humber and his entrance into the MLB record books pitching the 21st perfect game in MLB history. This week another pitcher put his name in the history books as Jered Weaver pitched the 274th no-hitter in MLB history. As Weaver finished off his no-hitter he was talked about for his feat but then he was quickly brushed aside. There is not much more than the fact that he pitched a no-hitter as most people seemed to forget about him.

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