Tag Archives: Pitchers

  • The 20 Best Pitching Games Scores in MLB History

    The 20 Best Pitching Games Scores in MLB History

    In baseball, when we talk about amazing pitching performances, we usually end up just talking about no-hitters and perfect games. However, not all no-hitters and perfect games are created equal. In fact, just last year we did a whole list of the worst no-hitters of all-time. So wouldn’t it be nice if there were some […]

  • Rays’ Alex Cobb Hit in Head by Line Drive (Video)

    Rays’ Alex Cobb Hit in Head by Line Drive (Video)

    Earlier this season it was Toronto’s J.A. Happ. Last year it was Oakland’s Brandon McCarthy, Houston’s Mickey Storey, and Detroit’s Doug Fister. Now the latest pitcher to join the “clocked in the head by a line drive club” is Tampa Bay’s Alex Cobb. On Saturday afternoon during a game against the Kansas City Royals at […]

  • 9 Famous Cases of MLB Pitchers Who Were Caught Cheating

    9 Famous Cases of MLB Pitchers Who Were Caught Cheating

    The Red Sox currently have the best record in Major League Baseball. The biggest reason for this is the resurgence of their once great starting rotation, led by Clay Bucholz and his 1.01 ERA and 6-0 record through his first six starts. However, it seems not everybody is willing to believe that Bucholz could be […]

  • 11 Worst No-Hitters Of All Time

    11 Worst No-Hitters Of All Time

    If someone said to you, “real quick, what’s the ultimate achievement for a pitcher,” you’d probably answer that it’s a no-hitter. You’d be wrong, of course, because the ultimate achievement is a perfect game. But a no-hitter is the next best thing, and that’s not a terrible answer. After all, we usually think of no-hitters […]

  • The 13 Single-Season ‘Hit By Pitch’ Leaders

    The 13 Single-Season ‘Hit By Pitch’ Leaders

    Has it seemed to you that MLB batters are getting hit by pitches a lot more often these days? Well, there’s good news: you’re not crazy. I did a little digging and discovered that Major League Baseball is currently experiencing a true beanball renaissance. In the 1890s, the average players HBP per game was .419. […]