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Rays Stat of the Day: Isolated Power

If you viewed our video series with BHSN.com, this term should sound familiar. In case you did not, here is how it is defined by wikipedia: Isolated Power or ISO is a sabermetricsbaseball statistic which measures a batter’s raw power. The formula … Continue reading

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What is FIP?

DRaysBay writer Bradley Woodrum is starting up a new series. I hope the rest are as funny as this one.

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BHSN: Non-Traditional Offense for a Non-Traditional Team

The Rays’ team batting average is nearly 20 points lower than team batting average of the Twins, Rangers, and Yankees–teams that are also printing up their post-season tickets this week. The Rays’ team slugging percentage is also lower than their … Continue reading

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Rays By The Numbers

I did not get to watch the game yesterday because I was out in the 105 heat index tailgating and watching college football so I can’t comment on the game although I did follow along on my phone with MLB … Continue reading

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The Rays By the Numbers

I like to take peeks at the statistics at 30 day intervals to see how the club is doing and I think this time, you will be quite surprised by some of the statistics this club has produced over the … Continue reading

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RISP Update

The Rays have split the series so far in New York but could have easily won both games if not for wasted opportunities. They have loaded the bases with less than two outs three different times in this series so … Continue reading

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