Yesterday's Links: What You Missed on 5/14/15

The Capitals and Corey Kluber were on the opposite ends of history on Wednesday, and we dug in. What else did you miss yesterday on numberFire? Let's take a look.

Didn't have enough time to catch some of the content and analysis on numberFire.com yesterday? Don't worry -- here's some of what you missed.

The Odds of All the Capitals' Playoff Collapses Will Make You Cry for Washington Fans
Do you believe in miracles? Because it might take one for the Capitals to ever win a playoff series when up 3-1.

Putting Corey Kluber's 18-Strikeout Game in Historical Context
Corey Kluber was unhittable Wednesday. How does his 18 strikeout performance compare to some of the greatest of all time?

Is Tim Lincecum Back?
Tim Lincecum won two straight Cy Young Awards in 2008 and 2009. After struggling the last few seasons, has he rounded back into form?

NHL Western Conference Final Preview: Despite Having Home Ice Advantage, Anaheim Has an Uphill Battle
The Chicago Blackhawks come into Anaheim's home ice as series favorites. Who will advance to the Stanley Cup Finals?

MLB Power Rankings Update: According to Math, the Dodgers Are Easily the Best Team in Baseball
The Dodgers are the best team in baseball and it's not even close. Who is second?

Is Chasing Running Back Performance an Efficient Fantasy Football Strategy?
Some running backs are prone to big games, but what happens when you rely on previous performances when selecting your running back in fantasy football for the following week?