I'd like to see how they figured this out. Because, I wonder if it has more to do with RISP and shift taking away hits and then just flat out guessing
Look at the number of shifts used over the last 4 years, every year. Then come back and make that statement again. I'm not trying to be mean, but you're
I don't want to eliminate the defensive shift. Baseball is about strategy and adjustment. By banning the shift it seems the league just wants to benefit
Thanks for sharing.
Although I've seen them before, I found this clip interesting. According to Mel Allen's shocked reaction, this must be
As an aside, the sole time I've ever appreciated the shift from an entertainment perspective was perhaps the greatest kick in the shift's nads in MLB
The blizzard is ARod's fault.
If the weather people turn out to be wrong, it's because they listened to ARod.