It was late Saturday night. The Padres had just scored two runs in the top of the twelfth to take an 8-6 lead on the Brewers. I was skimming the boxscore when I noticed that all the runs have been scored in two-run half-inning increments. I tweeted to fellow stat geek Doug Kern about this … Read moreAnd all the Runs were Scored 2 by 2
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 moreHere are today’s scores … 2-1, 2-1, 2-1, 2-1, 2-1 and 2-1.
In baseball history, there have been approximately 2,650 different game linescores (R-H-E) achieved, with about 900 of them only occurring once. Last year, the Indians gave us the first ever 1-0-5 linescore, scoring a single run and throwing the ball around while getting no-hit by Ervin Santana in a 3-1 loss. Now the Pirates have … Read morePirates create a new linescore for the record books