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- Introducing the First (And Last) Notty Awards
(And Last) Notty Awards.
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Best Writer Of A Post About The First And Last Notty Awards
Best Editor Of A Post About First And Lust Notty Awards
- Report: Prophet Ned Yost is Predicting More Than the ALCS
- I.M. Bitterman's Acerbic Guide to Watching the %*#@! Playoffs
- Report: Angels Also Gathered in Bar After Game 3
- 5 Things You Can Do With Your Team Out of the Playoffs
- Dejuve A Nation: Or, How to Youthenize the American Pastime
- Help Wanted: Reply Within
- Rejuve A Nation: Or, How to Youthify the American Pastime
- Player Arrested For Being Under the Influence of Pink Floyd
- When Teams Collapse
- Announcing the NotGraphs Player of the Year Award
- Stupid Response: One Player Reacts to Greinke's Remark
- My First Big League Zit: A Memoir
- The Week in (Slightly Altered) Headlines
- Head in the Clouds ... Feet at Last on the Ground
of beanball wars and replay controversies, winning streaks and hitless streaks, Tommy John heartbreaks and dramatic episodes of Puig Derangement Syndrome. I had opted, instead, to sleep in 30-degree
- A Day in the Year 1915, in 2015
- Team Similarity Scores and 2014 Contenders
- Proposed: New Gestures For Those in Need of New Gestures
- From NutGraphs to KnotGraphs: A Look at Potential Sponsors
- Oakland is Fine Without Cespedes
- On-field Ads: The Next Big Thing, For Real
- Codpieces and Wetsuits: A Look at MLB's Newest Uniforms
favored by the Germanic tribes that migrated to the Western Roman Empire in the Early Middle Ages, matched with a Juicy Couture cotton T-shirt and a John Deere truckers cap on which are positioned five
- Less Than 48 Seconds 'Til the InstaGraphs Boston Meetup!
- Extreme Teams Past and Present
- The Sounds of Silence: Or, the Royals' Greatest Hits
- eBay's 5 Most Marvelous and Currently Unavailable Ballcaps
- Home Run Skewness, Babe Ruth, and Maybe PEDs
- Big TV Reaches Agreement with Yankees, Red Sox, God
- John Smiley Is Not
Walk relinquished an uninteresting 3.27 per nine, and figures like Prince Fielder, Homer Bush and Josh Outman have provided equally false advertising.
So, too, seems to be the case for John Smiley
- One Thing You Probably Already Knew About Jose Altuve
- Humbled and Honored: My Hall of Fame Acceptance Speech
- Must-$ee Clickbait: A Lucrative NotGraphs $lideshow
- Changes ZiPS Believes In
- This Eggnog Will Expire in Three Minutes
- Signs of the Times: An Anthology of All-Star Activism
In the summer of 1993, with hopes of moving on from the John Bobbitt affair, Americans stopped cringing and began cozying to the Canadian embrace of Proulxian fiction. In reading The Shipping News
- Our Heavenly Constellations: The REAL All-Star Teams!
- Historic Lack of Positional Development All-Star Team
- Uncle Cletus Goes to a Ballgame
- Breaking Down the Aging Curve Some More
- The Ups and, Yes, the Downs of Baseball
- Ten Things You Probably Didn't Know About Jose Abreu
- Breaking Down the Aging Curve: Late 20s
- Occupational Hazards of Writing for a Hii-larious Baseball Blog
- Breaking Down the Aging Curve: Mid 20s
- A's Get Pitcher at Dollar General, Sweep Series
- The Dialogues: Studies in Ballyard Discourse
- Breaking Down the Aging Curve: Early 20s
- An Open Letter to the Shirtless Man
- Breaking Down The Aging Curve
- NotNews of the Weird: Or, News of the Weirder
- Three Untrue Outcomes: A Personal Inventory
- Pencils Ready? Here is Today's Pop Quiz
, Cuban free agent Rusney Castillo also considered:
(a) Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Rach Nation Sports.
(b) Johann Sebastian Bach’s Bach Nation Sports.
(c) Doc Severinsen’s Doc Nation Sports.
- Over and Under-Performances in Baserunning
- Wronging a Right: Or, How to Play the Game Incorrectly
: Infielder crouches for grounder, fields it, throws to first.
Wrong way: Infielder crouches for grounder, fields it, hoists up the John B’s sail, sees how the mainsail sets, calls for the captain
- Position Changes: Or, Renaming 1 Through 9 (Plus Bonus DH!)
- Old Player Premium
- The Physical Obstacles for Men in Baseball
relativity, the scientist remained steadfast in a hitting approach that emphasized the fundamental curvature of spacetime. And thus did he swing, time after time, eight inches beneath the four-seamer.
- Home-Run Environment And Win-Homer Correlation
- Post-Nuñez, the Travel Channel Scores a Winner!
- Yes We Cannibal: Free Speech in the Age of Olivo
- Fifteen Mostly Modest Proposals For Speeding Up the Game
- A Handy Primer to Papi Culture
- Featured: A Hard-Hitting Report on a Hard-Hitting Player
- Blogger Embraces Statistics, Statistics Totally Hug Him Back
- The Straight (and Quick!) Poop on American Invention
- Mortal Combat: Ron Washington's New, Injury-Proof Lineup
- Night in the Forest: A Pine Tar Parable
- John Paschal Live Chat! -- 4/30/14
John Paschal: Hey, everybody! I will be here at 2:30 Eastern, or, unfortunately, "Private Time Central," to answer all your baseball questions. So fill up the queue and I will see you
- Blogger Reaches Milestone, Blogs About It
- The Difference Between Unwrite and Wrong
- Puig Derangement Syndrome, etc.: The Clinical Descriptions
- Running the Databases: An Intelligence Exercise
- Home Runs I've Conceited: A Counterpoint, Kind Of
- Chafe Wazoo, et al: A Compendium of Cleveland Candidates
- The Cruelest Cuts of All: A Carson Cistulli Story
- A New Party Platform: Actual, Visible, Actual Change
- Season's Greetings! Opening Day as National Holiday
- 100 MPH = Tommy John Surgery?
Bruce Rondon is just the latest hard throwing pitcher to need Tommy John surgery (TJS). Besides Rondon, it seems like just about every pitcher who throws over 100 mph ends up needing repairs
- A Spring Training Report from Toots Delvecchio
- A Question of Strategic Positioning
- Name That Name! A Trilogy (Mercifully) Concluded
: Captain N. Tennille
Jeff Samardzija: Jeff Samarz Samarj Samarzj Smarjd Dammit!
A.J. Pierzynski: Anthony John Pierzynski
Andrew McCutchen: Aristeaus the Cooler
Ryan Dempster: Harry Caray II
- Post-Kinsler, Darvish Adds Pitch to Repertoire
- Mystery Solved, Perhaps: Mystery Team Identified, Maybe
- Preseason Picks: Lord Buddha Tabs the Astros
With Spring Training now upon us, and with lab-tested and science-approved psychic John Edward having predicted the imminent onset of predictions, many of our most luminous luminaries
- Retrofitting Baseball to the Winter Olympics: A Brief Proposal
- Name That Team! Yep, Here's Your Chance
- Overheard at the Gym: Kershaw's Half of the Convo
- Name That Ballpark! Yep, Here's Your Chance
- Of Turf Artificial and Surface Au Naturel
!, associate fellow John “Peter” Thompson has thoughtfully paraphrased Henry David Thoreau in taking a more moderate and cautious position:
“We cannot adequately appreciate this aspect of nature
- They Might Also Approve "Emotion"
- Out the Wazoo: Anals of Great Baseball Writing
- Fun With Shapes: A Fan's Mental Exercise
, then, is that newly signed leftie John Lannan can take on the exact form of Clayton Kershaw – or, ironically, Bartolo Colon.
- Questions and Answers with the Unquestionable Answerman
: This is interesting: During John Axford’s stint with St. Louis last season, Cardinals coaches told the reliever that for the past few seasons he had been tipping his pitches. Do you know of any other player
- Ask NotNot for Something Something
In addition to the very English and talented Craig Robinson, the editoriat of NotGraphs is pleased also to announce the debut here of John Paschal, who writes additionally for The Hardball Times
- The Untold Story of Roberto Clemente's Plane Crash Litigation
- Baseball's Most Ridiculous Patented Equipment
- Revenue Sharing Deal Cubs Struck with Rooftop Owners Holding Up Wrigley Field Renovations
. In 1885, John Deppert, Jr. constructed a rooftop stand on his barn that overlooked Recreation Park, home to the National League’s Detroit Wolverines, future Hall of Famer Sam Thompson and a rotation
- Merkle’s Boner and False Imprisonment
- Henry Owens: Stat Line With Silver Linings
Henry Owens' final start of 2012 was a scoreless one. In five innings, the 20-year-old struck out four, allowed eight base runners and a number of hard-hit balls. Minus a run or two, it was a typical
- A Henry Schulman Tweet, Sans Context
.... Puppies are being shot.— Henry Schulman (@hankschulman) November 12, 2012
Henry Schulman, who covers the baseball Giants for the San Francisco Chronicle, is either finishing an idea
- Henry Cotto Gets Real
- Q&A: Henry Owens: Red Sox Future Ace?
Henry Owens might be the most intriguing pitching prospect in the Red Sox organization. He may also be the most unique. Drafted 36th-overall last year out of a Huntington Beach, California high
- Mustache Watch: A Scowling Henry Blanco
submitted some of what I'll call trademark wisdom).
In this edition of the Watch we encounter a still of Henry Blanco from yesterday's Diamondbacks-Cubs game. Blanco's case is a curious one
- Can John Thorn Finally Erase Abner Doubleday?
Two days ago, Major League Baseball announced that it had hired John Thorn, an author and member of the Society for American Baseball Research, as its official historian. The position had been vacant
- Extry, Extry: John Henry Is Not in Your Tax Bracket
Though it contains little in the way of breaking news, Frank Dell'Apa's Boston Globe article about Boston owner John Henry's (pictured right) recent purchase of Liverpool FC does contain some