Tag Archive: Eric Hosmer

Nov 02

And Then There Were None

In the days to come we can discuss the Mets season. By all measures, it was remarkable. As the disappointment of giving away a World Series fades, as all the blunders and bad decisions are turned over and examined like clues from a Sherlock Holmes story written by Roger Angell, we’ll grow deaf to the …

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Oct 29

Ventura, Hosmer: Game 6 Super Fun!

To put last night’s Kansas City beat down of San Francisco into perspective, since 1903 there have been 66 games where either team has scored 10+ runs. Of those games, 18 ended with a team winning by 10 or more, and only seven of those games resulted in a shutout. KC probably remembers the last …

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Jul 19

Eric Hosmer and Those Summer Nights

Scan the AL leaderboards for July, and you’d be hard pressed to find a batter more dialed in at the plate than Eric Hosmer. Others have hit for more power or driven in more runs, but Hosmer has been extremely consistent: he’s recorded at least one hit in each game (he currently has a 14 …

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