Youngest and Oldest Starting Lineup

September is here, and with that comes a flood of baby-faced rookies getting their first taste of “The Show.” Lineups for some teams start to resemble Spring Training tilts, or Triple-A All-Star games.  There is youth all around. The VORG wondered what team put together the youngest lineup ever based on average age on the … Read moreYoungest and Oldest Starting Lineup

One Team with Two Full-Time Sub-.200 Hitters

The Atlanta Braves are running away with the National League East.  They’re first in the league in walks and homers and second in runs scored.  This helps hide the fact that they’re running out two sub-.200 hitters practically every night. Dan Uggla is one of the two “Mendoza Line” batters, as his average has declined … Read moreOne Team with Two Full-Time Sub-.200 Hitters

I Don’t Like (insert day of week here)

We’ve discussed the best and worst teams on specific dates within the seasons.  We’ve gone over the best and worst teams on specific days of the week.  Now its time to look at the best and worst single-season records on specific days of the week, inspired by the Braves o-for-their-first-12 Mondays this season. Here are … Read moreI Don’t Like (insert day of week here)

Active Franchise Won-Loss Records by Day of Week

Last time out we discussed the best and worst franchise won-loss records for each date of the season.  There’s another way to parse the baseball calendar and that is by the day of the week.   For example, the Braves recently broke a 16-game losing streak on Mondays. So, which franchises perform best and worst on … Read moreActive Franchise Won-Loss Records by Day of Week

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