Monthly Archives: October 2010

MLB Playoff Home-Field Advantage Is Tinier Than David Eckstein

By David Roher These playoffs have been one for the road. In the Division Series, the home team went a combined 4-11, including a 1-7 showing in the ALDS. Why this happened isn’t that important — you can come up … Continue reading

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The Dunk: Fan Favorite, Winning Strategy?

By Alex Koenig and Michael Owen The Dunk is as elusive as it is tantalizing. It’s been described as the ultimate athletic feat, combining size, speed, agility and strength. And unlike hitting a hole in-one or throwing a tight spiral, … Continue reading

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Common Errors

By Daniel Granoff The Phillies and Giants are heading to San Francisco at a game apiece, having scored a combined 14 runs in the first two games of the NLCS. This total is low by just about any standard…except that … Continue reading

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