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This video reminds us of why we love baseball! From Johnson to Ryan it is 4 minutes of heaven!

By The Baseball Page
Wednesday, 13 Apr 2011

Barry Bonds . . .

Barry Bonds . . .

Bonds after his 73rd homerun

Barry Bonds . . .

For anyone seeking complete resolution to baseball's steroids era from the Barry Bonds' trial, sorry. It isn’t happening.

At least the trial is over and Bonds did not win.

After four days of jury deliberations, the home run king was convicted Wednesday of obstruction of justice, a count that essentially ruled that Bonds hindered a grand jury investigation into sports doping by lying.

By The Baseball Page
Wednesday, 13 Apr 2011

Manny Ramirez Retires . . . . after a seconded reported failed drug test.

Manny Ramirez Retires . . . . after a seconded reported failed drug test.

Manny Ramirez Retires . . . . after a seconded reported failed drug test.

AP Report:

By The Baseball Page
Friday, 8 Apr 2011

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We are working hard to fix all these things over the coming days.

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By The Baseball Page
Thursday, 7 Apr 2011

Welcome to our new site!

Welcome to our new site!

Welcome to our new site!

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By The Baseball Page
Saturday, 2 Apr 2011

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The "Catch"

The "Catch"

Early Era Photos

Known as "The Catch" occurred in the 1954 World Series Willie Mays as Mays ran down a Vic Wetrz drive that stunned the Indians.

The "Catch"

"There's a long drive waaay back in center field...waaay baaack, baaack, it is...caaaaaught by Wil-lie Mays! [garbled - some say it sounds like "Say-Hey Mays"] The runner on second, Doby, is able to tag and go to third; Wille Mays just brought this crowd to its feet... with a catch... which must have been an optical illusion to a lot of people. Boy! See where that 483 foot mark is in center field? The ball itself... Russ, you know this ballpark better than anyone else I know... had to go about 460, didn't it?" - Jack Brickhouse

By WIKI
Thursday, 31 Mar 2011

West Division

Central Division

East Division

Series Wrapup

Story

The New York Mets came extremely close to ending Atlanta’s five-year reign as N.L. East champions in 2000, concluding the regular season with a record of 94-68 that left them just one game behind the Braves in the final division standings.  However, New York advanced to the postseason tournament as the senior circuit’s wild-card entry.

Batting

TM G AB R H RBI AVG 2B 3B HR SB CS TB OBP SLG OPSLG GIDP SF SH
ARI 2225 5527 792 1466 756 .247 282 44 179 97 44 2373 .349 .361 .732 114 58 61
ATL 2260 5489 810 1490 758 .184 274 26 179 148 56 2353 .325 .300 .686 127 45 87
CHN 2335 5577 764 1426 722 .201 272 23 183 93 37 2293 .343 .302 .700 114 45 89
CIN 2341 5635 825 1545 794 .188 302 36 200 100 38 2519 .334 .318 .688 137 58 56
COL 2328 5660 968 1664 905 .256 320 53 161 131 61 2573 .374 .375 .789 126 75 75
FLO 2347 5509 731 1441 691 .207 274 29 160 168 55 2253 .321 .303 .651 100 51 42
HOU 2308 5570 938 1547 900 .178 289 36 249 114 52 2655 .353 .269 .745 154 61 57
LAN 2227 5481 798 1408 756 .202 265 28 211 95 42 2362 .340 .318 .706 129 46 66
MIL 2300 5563 740 1366 708 .179 297 25 177 72 44 2244 .350 .272 .680 126 49 61
MON 2398 5535 738 1475 705 .190 310 35 178 58 48 2389 .377 .277 .727 111 34 78
NYN 2424 5486 807 1445 761 .213 282 20 198 66 46 2361 .385 .344 .787 122 51 70
PHI 2266 5511 708 1386 668 .189 304 40 144 102 30 2202 .312 .282 .619 115 37 70
PIT 2292 5643 793 1506 749 .204 320 31 168 86 40 2392 .298 .296 .636 133 37 59
SDN 2363 5560 752 1413 714 .202 279 37 157 131 53 2237 .326 .296 .668 123 43 39
SFN 2301 5519 925 1535 889 .253 304 44 226 79 39 2605 .378 .406 .814 131 66 73
SLN 2293 5478 887 1481 841 .249 259 25 235 87 51 2495 .412 .392 .878 117 53 79

Pitching

Team G W L IP SO BB BF H HR ERA ER R GC SH SV WP BK
ARI 552 85 77 1444 1220 500 6158 1441 190 95.580 700 754 16 4 38 30 10
ATL 538 95 67 1441 1093 484 6165 1428 165 122.670 649 714 13 6 53 23 6
CHN 583 65 97 1457 1143 658 6451 1505 231 170.380 850 904 10 1 39 46 4
CIN 550 85 77 1455 1015 659 6362 1446 190 125.390 700 765 8 1 42 96 5
COL 641 82 80 1431 1001 588 6340 1568 221 237.320 840 897 7 1 33 40 5
FLO 590 79 82 1429 1051 650 6307 1477 169 86.430 729 797 5 3 48 49 10
HOU 572 72 90 1438 1064 598 6455 1596 234 137.280 865 944 8 1 30 55 3
LAN 533 86 76 1446 1154 600 6249 1379 176 132.970 659 729 9 3 36 60 6
MIL 596 73 89 1467 967 728 6497 1501 174 153.440 755 826 2 1 29 60 6
MON 614 67 95 1424 1011 579 6340 1575 181 226.710 814 902 4 2 39 54 7
NYN 573 94 68 1452 1164 574 6276 1398 164 140.550 671 738 8 2 49 34 7
PHI 576 65 97 1435 1123 640 6314 1458 201 157.040 766 830 8 3 34 54 3
PIT 628 69 93 1448 1070 711 6514 1554 163 177.460 796 888 5 2 27 67 6
SDN 605 76 86 1463 1071 649 6414 1443 191 169.900 733 815 5 0 46 66 7
SFN 546 97 65 1443 1076 623 6270 1452 151 84.680 676 747 9 4 47 43 4
SLN 548 95 67 1434 1100 606 6200 1403 196 124.580 701 771 10 4 37 49 9

Fielding

Team ID G TC PO A E Fld% InOuts SB CS CS% PB
ARI 2598 7076 5387 1570 119 .970 17324 102 56 0 4
ATL 2597 7270 5364 1762 144 .980 17286 99 33 0 9
CHN 2721 7149 5430 1596 123 .979 17460 94 54 0 6
CIN 2798 7296 5477 1682 137 .975 17474 81 33 0 12
COL 2716 7181 5307 1765 109 .944 17160 102 34 0 15
FLO 2689 7226 5328 1753 145 .970 17157 104 55 0 12
HOU 2731 7138 5395 1585 158 .930 17252 111 32 0 6
LAN 2616 7192 5290 1745 157 .970 17341 106 52 1.00 15
MIL 2605 7415 5491 1786 138 .955 17597 86 58 1.00 12
MON 2861 7262 5352 1750 160 .944 17099 123 38 0 19
NYN 2929 7101 5353 1607 141 .973 17403 133 46 0 8
PHI 2579 7070 5425 1525 120 .976 17259 77 44 0 4
PIT 2702 7301 5286 1861 154 .977 17389 101 42 0 12
SDN 2760 7299 5434 1709 156 .973 17518 106 50 0 13
SFN 2833 7230 5440 1678 112 .968 17327 97 48 0 15
SLN 2767 7049 5362 1550 137 .981 17204 70 66 3.00 8

West

team W L Att Rk SOP
San Francisco Giants 97 65 3318800 1 1076
Los Angeles Dodgers 86 76 2880242 2 1154
Arizona Diamondbacks 85 77 2942251 3 1220
Colorado Rockies 82 80 3295129 4 1001
San Diego Padres 76 86 2352443 5 1071

Central

team W L Att Rk SOP
St. Louis Cardinals 95 67 3336493 1 1100
Cincinnati Reds 85 77 2577371 2 1015
Milwaukee Brewers 73 89 1573621 3 967
Houston Astros 72 90 3056139 4 1064
Pittsburg Pirates 69 93 1748908 5 1070
Chicago Cubs 65 97 2789511 6 1143

East

team W L Att Rk SOP
Atlanta Braves 95 67 3234304 1 1093
New York Mets 94 68 2820530 2 1164
Florida Marlins 79 82 1218326 3 1051
Montreal Expos 67 95 926272 4 1011
Philadelphia Philies 65 97 1612769 5 1123

Awards

West Division

Central Division

East Division

Series Wrapup

Story

The New York Yankees began the 2000 campaign seeking to become the first team since the 1972-1974 Oakland Athletics to win three consecutive world championships.  The Yankees encountered numerous obstacles as they continued to pursue their ultimate goal, not the least of which involved an aging starting rotation and a general feeling of complacency.  Advancing age adversely affected the performances of 34-year-old Orlando “El Duque” Hernandez and 37-year-old David Cone, who went a combined 16-27 over the course of the season.  Andy Pettitte and 37-year-old Roger Clemens remai

Batting

TM G AB R H RBI AVG 2B 3B HR SB CS TB OBP SLG OPSLG GIDP SF SH
ANA 2272 5628 864 1574 837 .271 309 34 236 93 52 2659 .437 .375 .860 126 43 47
BAL 2210 5549 794 1508 750 .202 310 22 184 126 65 2414 .341 .308 .727 148 54 27
BOS 2374 5630 792 1503 755 .207 316 32 167 43 30 2384 .357 .306 .727 115 48 40
CHA 2285 5646 978 1615 926 .224 325 33 216 119 42 2654 .383 .339 .769 140 61 55
CLE 2282 5683 950 1639 889 .212 310 30 221 113 34 2672 .424 .316 .829 134 52 41
DET 2338 5644 823 1553 785 .211 307 41 177 83 38 2473 .460 .333 .881 142 49 42
KCA 2182 5709 879 1644 831 .204 281 27 150 121 35 2429 .349 .277 .705 139 70 56
MIN 2305 5615 748 1516 711 .233 325 49 116 90 45 2287 .378 .346 .792 143 51 24
NYA 2244 5556 871 1541 833 .229 294 25 205 99 48 2500 .450 .344 .871 134 50 16
OAK 2351 5560 947 1501 908 .227 281 23 239 40 15 2545 .416 .330 .823 147 44 26
SEA 2291 5497 907 1481 869 .280 300 26 198 122 56 2427 .450 .420 .958 129 61 63
TBA 2259 5505 733 1414 692 .247 253 22 162 90 46 2197 .382 .448 .893 126 40 52
TEX 2290 5648 848 1601 806 .222 330 35 173 69 47 2520 .383 .332 .782 161 48 48
TOR 2124 5677 861 1562 826 .173 328 21 244 89 34 2664 .339 .261 .692 130 34 29

Pitching

Team G W L IP SO BB BF H HR ERA ER R GC SH SV WP BK
ANA 603 82 80 1448 846 662 6401 1534 228 134.590 807 869 5 2 46 47 10
BAL 558 74 88 1434 1017 665 6433 1547 202 148.910 855 913 14 2 33 51 1
BOS 587 85 77 1452 1121 499 6225 1433 173 121.120 684 745 7 4 46 32 2
CHA 628 95 67 1452 1037 614 6337 1509 195 134.300 752 839 5 2 43 43 8
CLE 624 90 72 1441 1213 666 6380 1511 173 202.330 775 816 6 2 34 50 3
DET 591 79 83 1444 978 496 6295 1583 177 137.680 759 827 6 1 44 51 5
KCA 491 77 85 1439 927 693 6443 1585 239 160.810 877 930 10 3 29 77 5
MIN 574 69 93 1433 1042 516 6336 1634 212 99.250 821 880 6 2 35 68 4
NYA 543 87 74 1426 1040 577 6256 1458 177 139.150 753 814 9 2 40 49 6
OAK 542 91 70 1435 963 615 6355 1535 158 137.600 730 813 7 4 43 46 1
SEA 545 91 71 1441 998 634 6269 1442 167 95.390 726 780 4 4 44 43 6
TBA 562 69 92 1432 955 533 6283 1553 198 166.470 773 842 10 3 38 57 3
TEX 577 71 91 1429 918 661 6559 1683 202 175.600 876 974 3 0 39 41 6
TOR 550 83 79 1441 978 560 6377 1615 195 140.190 826 908 15 3 37 37 3

Fielding

Team ID G TC PO A E Fld% InOuts SB CS CS% PB
ANA 2792 7489 5559 1780 150 .969 17376 101 56 0 6
BAL 2705 7179 5443 1602 134 .963 17198 104 31 2.00 6
BOS 2869 7178 5373 1681 124 .970 17436 159 47 0 26
CHA 2812 7270 5401 1723 146 .961 17408 79 58 0 13
CLE 2846 7118 5341 1693 84 .974 17307 109 42 0 10
DET 2912 7346 5433 1788 125 .987 17321 55 42 0 7
KCA 2607 7351 5441 1785 125 .973 17272 118 38 0 7
MIN 2805 7117 5437 1567 113 .974 17195 64 33 1.00 13
NYA 2823 7038 5410 1506 122 .955 17095 91 37 0 13
OAK 2910 7229 5320 1746 163 .965 17224 92 39 1.00 8
SEA 2916 7222 5455 1653 114 .984 17299 82 38 0 8
TBA 2728 7334 5345 1853 136 .979 17182 114 46 0 14
TEX 2807 7258 5470 1628 160 .971 17145 65 37 0 8
TOR 2604 7232 5412 1704 116 .975 17249 99 38 0 11

West

team W L Att Rk SOP
Seattle Mariners 91 71 2914624 2 998
Oakland Athletics 91 70 1603744 1 963
Anaheim Angels 82 80 2066982 3 846
Texas Rangers 71 91 2588401 4 918

Central

team W L Att Rk SOP
Chicago White Sox 95 67 1947799 1 1037
Cleveland Indians 90 72 3456278 2 1213
Detroit Tigers 79 83 2438617 3 978
Kansas City Royals 77 85 1564847 4 927
Minnesota Twins 69 93 1000760 5 1042

East

team W L Att Rk SOP
New York Yankees 87 74 3055435 1 1040
Boston Red Sox 85 77 2585895 2 1121
Toronto Blue Jays 83 79 1705712 3 978
Baltimore Orioles 74 88 3297031 4 1017
Tampa Bay Devil Rays 69 92 1449673 5 955

Awards