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Friday, March 2, 2012

Part 1: Best, Worst state for Republicans in Presidential elections (1948-2008)

Best, Worst State for Republican nominee vs. Democratic nominee
2008: Wyoming (+32%), Hawaii (-45%)
2004: Utah (+45), Massachusetts (-25)
2000: Utah (+40), Rhode Island (-29)
1996: Utah (+21), Massachusetts (-33)
1992: Nebraska (+17), Massachusetts (+18)
1988: Utah (+34), Rhode Island (-11)
1984: Utah (+49, Minnesota (-.18)
1980: Utah (+52), Georgia (-14)
1976: Utah (+28), Georgia (-33)
1972: Mississippi (+58), Massachusetts (-9)
1968: Nebraska (+28), Rhode Island (-32)
1964: Mississippi (+74), Rhode Island (-62)
1960: Nebraska (+24), Rhode Island (-27)
1956: Vermont (+44), Georgia (-34)
1952: Vermont (+43), Georgia (-39)
1948: Vermont (+24), Texas (-42)

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Top Kickers


FG %, 80+ FG Attempts (2008-present)
89.7%  Neil Rackers (Cardinals/Texans)
87.7 Rob Bironas (Titans)
87.6 Ryan Longwell (Vikings)
87.2 Robbie Gould (Bears)
86.9 Jason Hanson (Lions)

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Win-Loss


.650+ Win-Loss%, 180+ Wins (since 1900)
Whitey Ford
Pedro Martinez
Lefty Grove
Roy Halladay
Christy Mathewson
Roger Clemens
Tim Hudson

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Top Quarterbacks through age 26



Top Passer Rating, 1000+ Pass Attempts, through age 26 (1920-present)
97.2 Aaron Rogers (2005-2009, Packers)
94.1 Dan Marino (1983-1987, Dolphins)
89.9 Milt Plum (1957-1961, Lions)
89.4 Ben Roethlisberger (2004-2008, Steelers)
88.1 Ken O'Brien (1984-1986, Jets)

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Great Hitters


.310, 250 HR (eligible, not in the Hall of Fame)
Larry Walker
Edgar Martinez

Active
Todd Helton
Albert Pujols
Miguel Cabrera
Vladimir Guerrero

Retired, not yet eligible
Manny Ramirez

Hall of Fame
Babe Ruth
Lou Gehrig
Stan Musial
Jimmie Foxx
Johnny Mize
Ted Williams
Chuck Klein
Al Simmons
Rogers Hornsby
Hank Greenberg
Joe DiMaggio