The streak is over, and what a streak it was

The Koji Uehara Streak is over. But take some time and read this terrific piece on Baseball Prospectus by Sam Miller to learn how Uehara retired 37 batters in a row.

You’ll gain a lot of insight into his pitches and his approach.

Get this: According to Miller’s well-considered research, the odds of an average pitcher retiring those 37 batters in a row was 0.00.000166 percent.


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