Tag Archives: Oakland Athletics

Best Athletic of the Moneyball Era

The biggest complaint about the book Moneyball is how it didn’t delve into the foundation of the A’s real success: their starting pitching trio of Barry Zito, Tim Hudson, and Mark Mulder. Yes, finding undervalued assets like Chad Bradford, Scott … Continue reading

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Jason Isringhausen and 300 Saves

The save statistic is probably one of the least sexy marks in baseball history. First, it’s controversial, due to its nature. We have seen very nondescript hurlers accumulate huge single season save totals. Relievers like Jeff Shaw, Joe Borowski, and … Continue reading

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