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Fibonacci Seasons and Careers

At the VORG, we’re not just geeked on odd names.  We like numbers too.  We bestow the annual “Pi Young Award“.  We’ve looked at prime number linescores.  We’ve looked at perfect square linescores.  Now its time to tackle Fibonacci numbers. … Continue reading

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New and Improved “Pitching a Perfect (Square) Game” (now with extra squareness!)

Almost immediately after I posted about the Tigers-Mets game that ended with “perfect square” scores, reader Ember Nickel correctly pointed out that I failed to include “zero” as a valid “perfect square” score.  So, let’s recalculate our “perfect square” table: … Continue reading

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Pitching a Perfect (Square) Game

This past Wednesday, the Mets defeated the Tigers by the score of 16-9.  Not only was it a slugfest (part of a stretch which saw the New Yorkers plate 52 runs over four games), the final score included “perfect squares” … Continue reading

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