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Lou Piniella played in the majors for 18 seasons, managed for 23 more, and was an unforgettable presence no matter where he was. The city of Seattle won't forget "Sweet Lou" anytime soon. Published 12:41 p.m. August 23, 2010 - Comments
With no-hitters and perfect games in abundance,this season has been dubbed "The Year of the Pitcher." New evidence suggests that this may be a random fluctuation. Published 9:47 a.m. August 10, 2010 - Comments
Arjuna Subramanian is an aspiring baseball writer living in the Washington D.C. area. He started his writing with his blog Painting The Black on MLBlogs in May of 2009. He fell in love with the sabermetric movement during the ...Read More
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Arjuna Subramanian is an aspiring baseball writer living in the Washington D.C. area. He started his writing with his blog Painting The Black on MLBlogs in May of 2009. He fell in love with the sabermetric movement during the 2008-2009 offseason, and strives to provide balanced articles from both sides of the statistics/scouting divide.
When not writing, watching/listening to baseball, over-analyzing his Chicago Cubs, staring in disbelief at the writing of Thomas Boswell, or keeping tabs on the latest Milton Bradley blowup, he can usually be found at the DC Fencers Club, where he is a competitive epee fencer.