For my new chart for Getting Blanked I took what happened during the four World Series games this year, and expressed things graphically.
Full chart, more details, and links to previous charts of this ilk:  http://blogs.thescore.com/mlb/2012/11/08/flip-flop-flyball-world-series-game-diamonds/

For my new chart for Getting Blanked I took what happened during the four World Series games this year, and expressed things graphically.

Full chart, more details, and links to previous charts of this ilk:  http://blogs.thescore.com/mlb/2012/11/08/flip-flop-flyball-world-series-game-diamonds/

Here’s a new not-infographic, looking at wins and losses if the regular season was just seven games. 
http://flipflopflyin.com/flipflopflyball/info-boileddown.html

Here’s a new not-infographic, looking at wins and losses if the regular season was just seven games. 

http://flipflopflyin.com/flipflopflyball/info-boileddown.html

I did a visual representation thingy about Felix’s perfect game:
http://blogs.thescore.com/mlb/2012/08/16/flip-flop-flyball-felixs-perfect-game/

I did a visual representation thingy about Felix’s perfect game:

http://blogs.thescore.com/mlb/2012/08/16/flip-flop-flyball-felixs-perfect-game/

The last 10/20/30/40/etc. champions

I don’t really have the inclination to pretty this up with colors and stuff, because it doesn’t need to be made into an infographic; it’s perfectly adequate as simply info.

I took a look at who were the last ten World Series champions. And the last twenty. And the last thirty. And 40, and 50, etc.

Oddly, I’d never noticed before that the Braves have won only one in each city they played in.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AnNX3o20zLUTdEp6TnFHUHVhZi15RjVUTy1mRjNhWnc