Stats and baseball go hand in hand
The Carnegie Mellon University Baseball Analytics Workshop was held last Saturday, April 7. It was the first installment in what Carnegie Mellon’s Department of Statistics & Data Science hopes to be a series of workshops that deal with sports analytics. Around 60 participants of all ages gathered to learn some of baseball statisticians’ tools of the trade.Sports | April 16, 2018
MLB baseball is back, playoff contenders are familiar
Spring weather is just about to finally arrive in Pittsburgh, and with it comes the fever for baseball that fans across the country miss dearly in the winter. After the Houston Astros’ impressive World Series win in 2017, and with the 2018 season well under way, what can fans expect to happen in MLB baseball this year?
American League (AL)Sports | April 2, 2018
Are the Pirates’ woes due to owner’s penny pinching?
A petition with more than 60,000 signatures. Advertisers boycotting newspapers. Calls to hold protests. People usually use tactics like these for political uprisings, but, in Pittsburgh, people use them against their baseball team.Sports | March 26, 2018
Penguins end slump and look ready for playoff run
The Pittsburgh Penguins are hot, even after a recent streak of three bad games. Before the three losses, the Pens won six in a row, beating tough, potential playoff teams like the Los Angeles Kings, Toronto Maple Leafs, and the Columbus Blue Jackets. The Penguins put up four or more goals in five of those six wins and looked as dominant as they ever have.Sports | March 5, 2018
Tartans send seniors off with Case Western victory
The Carnegie Mellon University men’s basketball team ended its season on a high note with a big 72–63 win against their University Athletic Association (UAA) rivals, the Case Western Reserve University Spartans. The Tartans finish the season going 7–18 and 3–11 in conference play. After the Spartans’ loss, they finished with a 12–13 record, going 6–8 in conference.Sports | February 26, 2018