There’s just one more day until the MLB action starts up again and Ian York decided to look at how the Boston Red Sox at the All-Star break are doing compared to some previous notable seasons.
All seasons since 2000, as well as 1975 and 1986 just for fun; particularly interesting years are highlighted.
(The 2003 Sox had the most runs scored; at the break they also had the most runs allowed, though the 2006 team allowed more by the end of the season.)
Ian York uses the PITCHf/x to monitor the strike zone, highlights great matchups, monitors league-wide trends and tracks the adjustments made by some interesting young hitters.
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