Most Consecutive Games with Same Score (one team)

Another instance of one blog post inspiring another.  I posted this a couple of weeks ago: Now at the VORG, which date(s) in #MLB history featured the most common final score? #dougkern #espn — Diane Firstman (@dianagram) September 11, 2015 And then friend of the VORG @BravesStats chimed in: @dianagram Related request: Consecutive games … Read more

Here are today’s scores … 2-1, 2-1, 2-1, 2-1, 2-1 and 2-1.

Friend of the VORG Doug Kern from ESPN tweeted out the following a week ago … This is the first day in baseball history where four games ended with a final score of 9-4. Only time I even found three was May 5, 1995. — Doug Kern (@dakern74) September 3, 2015 Which I responded to: … Read more

Consecutive Games Scoring Unique Number of Runs

The Red Sox lost 6-4 Wednesday evening, but thanks to friend of the VORG Joey Mallick, we were more disappointed that Boston failed to score either seven runs, or more than nine runs in the game. You see, a couple of days ago, Mallick pointed out to me that his beloved Sox had scored a … Read more

Rarest Scores in MLB History

One cool aspect of an otherwise lackluster Super Bowl was the final score (43-8).  Apparently it was the first game in NFL history to end with that specific score.   That got the VORG wondering which results have never occurred in MLB history.  Culling the game scores from 1900-2013, here are the final scores we’ve … Read more

All about 1-0 Games

Saturday was quite a day for shutouts.  There were seven of them, including four by 1-0.  The record for shutouts on a single day is eight (June 4, 1972, when a total of 16 games were played).  The four 1-0 games tied the all-time record for the most in one day (September 18, 1915 which … Read more

Games That Honor the Decimal System

As the first game of Friday’s White Sox/Indians double-header was winding down (a 19-10 free-for-all), ESPN.COM’s Doug Kern tweeted at me: Doug Kern @dakern74 @dianagram I don’t have a handy lookup for this (yet), but there are innings of 0,1,2,3,4,5,6 in that game. That can’t happen often. Fortunately for Doug (and you!), I happen to … Read more

A Day for Shutout Routs

Sunday was a great day for 13-0 shutouts.  There were two of them.  The Red Sox routed R.A. Dickey and the Jays in Toronto, and the Indians roughed up David Price and the Rays in Tampa.  This elicited a Twitter question for Jayson Stark: Jayson Stark ‏@jaysonst  Exactly 13-0? Never in div-play era RT @FrankMcawesome: … Read more

%d bloggers like this: