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World's #1 Starting Pitcher Rankings:
8/20/2018

Rank Name Score
1 Max Scherzer 598.6
2 Chris Sale 596.3
3 Corey Kluber 568.6
4 Justin Verlander 558.9
5 Jacob Degrom 553.4
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Our Latest Articles

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Bill James Life In Prison Baseball Game (complete rules)
(8/20/2018)
I am going back to work on the game now. This the complete rules, pages 1 through 42, all of which I tried to post before, but I messed something up...
 
The 2018 NL MVP candidates
(8/19/2018)
Poking around in the NL MVP-related data.
 
The NL MVP/Total Runs Race is Tight
(8/17/2018)
The NL MVP race is wide open. This week, John takes a closer look at each of the contenders.
 
Bill James Life in Prison Baseball Game, Final Installment of the Rulebook
(8/17/2018)
Wrapping up the rulebook. We've still got a lot of work to do.
 
Prison Baseball Game. . .forget which number this is
(8/15/2018)
Usage Rules for pitchers and Game Limitations for Batters.
 
The Home Run Tens
(8/14/2018)
Continuing to roll out the game.
 
The Diamondbacks' Amazing Defense
(8/10/2018)
Roster depth and an increase use of the shift have catapulted the Diamondbacks from one of baseball's worst defensive teams to one of its best.
 


 
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