With the All-Star break upon us as the symbolic halfway point of the season, I thought it might be an interesting time to look at some of the leading MVP candidates in each league with regard to P/E Averages. Statistics are current through teamsí final games on Sunday, July 13th. P/E Averages were originally designed just for situations like this; they are an invaluable tool when comparing players, especially those from the same league (facing relatively the same competition)
Glad the Brewers finally got a good starting pitcher that can help them out. Wonder how far they'll go. GO BREWERS!!
Add to my inquiry about New York Giants clubhouse men Fred and Ed Logan, any information/photos re Pete Sheey and the Yankee Clubhouse of the period from 1923 through 1947 - and preceeding that, the Highlanders clubhouse from 1903 to 1912. Also anything on Mike murphy who is serving in his 50th year as clubhouse manager of the San Francisco Giants.
This year's All-Star contest will be truly special for Yankee fans...the last season in the hallowed stadium, Jeter and A-Rod side by side, etc. But another set of fans should also have their eyes glued to their TVs. The Cubs have been virtually unbeatable at home this year. At the time of this writing, they were beating their opponents by 2.5 runs per game on average in Wrigley Field in 2008. Now with Harden joining an already strong rotation, and the NL not appearing to be overly dangerous, the
Where can I find the percentage of total runs the Yankees have scored for each year between 1995-2008 that were the result of home runs?