Red Sox vs. Angles – speed on the base paths

Much has been made of the Angels’ running game and the Sox’ inability to throw out runners.  Here’s a graphic comparing the base stealers on both teams.  While these two teams have similar stolen base totals, the Red Sox are much more dependent on one player – Jacoby Ellsbury – while the Angles have a number of players who can wreak havoc on the base paths.

sox angles SB

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About Kevin Dame
Kevin Dame is a writer and visual designer who brings sports information to life in new and meaningful ways. His work, which has been featured on espn.com, Fast Company, and the San Francisco Chronicle, can also be found on his blog, Visual Baseball. A lifelong Red Sox fan, Kevin currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area. He welcomes your comments, questions and suggestions via email.

2 Responses to Red Sox vs. Angles – speed on the base paths

  1. Ken Crites says:

    Damester, please come up with a fancy graphic for how the Sox are coming back from being down 0-2. Maybe something showing Big Papi actually making contact while removing a syring, with the use of a word cloud, of course.

  2. anne says:

    love this blog

    my son will love it too

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