Tag: Keri the 10

Keri the 10: Edwing’s Back, the Yankees Have Been Exposed and More MLB Notes

Welcome to this week’s edition of Keri The 10! As always, we’ll go around the majors with 10 stories that caught our eye from the past seven days. There will be numbers, and occasionally, memes. As always, we will have fun.

1. ‘Edwing’ is back, and so is Cleveland
The three-year, $60 million contract Cleveland gave Edwin Encarnacion looked like a steal from the moment it was signed.

Keri the 10: Gennett’s Day, Dusty’s a Lame Duck, Segura’s Rise and More MLB Notes

Welcome to this week’s edition of Keri The 10! As always, we’ll go around the majors with 10 stories that caught our eye from the past seven days. There will be numbers, and occasionally, memes. As always, we will have fun.

1. Scooter Gennett, quadruple quadrangulares
You might not find a better baseball story all year than Scooter Gennett blasting four home runs in one game.

Keri the 10: Break Up the Twins, Fantasy Baseball Advice and More MLB Observations

Welcome to this week’s edition of Keri The 10! As always, we’ll go around the majors with 10 stories that caught our eye from the past seven days. There will be numbers, and occasionally, memes. As always, we will have fun.

1. Break up the Twins!
As much emphasis as we thrust on games in September and October, sometimes the biggest moments of a team’s season happen in April and May.

Keri the 10: Brewers Flip NL Central, Tough Mets Calls and More MLB Observations

Welcome to this week’s edition of Keri The 10! As always, we’ll go around the majors with 10 stories that caught our eye from the past seven days. There will be numbers, and occasionally, memes. As always, we will have fun.

1. The Brewers have flipped the NL Central upside down

In 2016, the Chicago Cubs enjoyed one of the most dominant seasons by any team in decades, winning 103 games and claiming the NL Central by a jarring 17 1/2 games before going on to win their first World Series in 108 years.

Keri the 10: The Rockies Can Pitch, a New Unlikely Hero and More MLB Observations

Welcome to this week’s edition of Keri The 10! As always, we’ll go around the majors with 10 stories that caught our eye from the past seven days. There will be numbers, and occasionally, memes. As always, we will have fun.

1. The Rockies are winning; somehow, they’re winning with pitching

If you were abducted by aliens six months ago, and your first day back on Earth came Wednesday at Coors Field, you would wonder what happened to the world you used to know.

Keri the 10: The Yankees Trade Market, Cy Young Keuchel and More MLB Observations

Welcome to this week’s edition of Keri The 10! As always, we’ll go around the majors with 10 stories that caught our eye from the past seven days. There will be numbers, and occasionally, memes. As always, we will have fun.

1. Home runs keep surging
In 2016, major-league baseball’s home-run rate surged to its second-highest level ever, trailing only the heart-of-the-PED era 2000 season.

Keri the 10: Marlins Cat, the Next Andrew Miller and More MLB Observations

Another week, another 10 stories to follow in the world of baseball. Let’s go!

1. Failing with RISP means losing … but it’s also nothing to worry about.
No team in baseball has fared worse with runners in scoring position over the first week and a half than the Toronto Blue Jays have: Through their first nine games, Jays hitters are batting a miserable .143 with RISP.