When There’s Nothing Left To Burn

A visual essay.

Inspired by Baseball-Reference’s Game Results plots:

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3 Responses to When There’s Nothing Left To Burn

  1. Tommy Timmons says:

    The only pleasure I can take from this past series is Bautista’s performance, as it single-handedly allowed me to win what was an otherwise dismal fantasy week. While I was deeply conflicted for his first at bat at yesterdays game, my loyalties were firmly with the twins until the second home run brought the jays up by 9; I then had no problem rooting for the third. At any rate, keep up the good work, and I’ll continue posting random comments that no one else cares about.

    • DZA says:

      Over the last two seasons, he now has 12 HR in 15 G against the Twins. Unreal. And, speaking of unreal, Baseball-Reference claims that his agent’s name is “Bean Stringfellow”. That can’t be right, can it?

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