Infographics: Boston Red Sox at the All-Star Break


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.

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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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Ian is an immunologist and virologist who lives in Atlanta with his wife and two sons. Most of his time is spent driving his kids to baseball and soccer games, during which he indoctrinates his children on the glories of Pedro Martinez, the many virtues of the Montreal Expos, and other important information.

1 Comment

  1. Interesting Ian. What I take away from this is that 2016 is more like 2004 than any other “notable” year.

    Which means we need Sandy Leon to shove his glove into A-Rod’s face this weekend.

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