Archive for September 2012

We’ve got a man down. A very big man.

Bo, Bobo and other flashes in the pan.

How wins still distort our perceptions of starting pitchers

Will extra games and shorter rest wreck the prospects of the Wild Card game winners?

Analyzing the schedule to try to steal some stolen bases

Choices await you on the morrow.

Michael A. Stein of Fantasy Judgment discusses a recent case where two teams in a keeper league made a trade with mutual goals of building for the future.

A look at what’s in store for the Arizona Fall League this October.

Nationals hitters go crazy for a week.

A most September example of Grinding

It’s a two-team race as things head down to the wire.

Some season-ending ailments and recoveries mark Week 23

Undefeated: the Bambino on the mound for the Yankees

Alfonso Soriano does not have one of the worst contracts in baseball. He’s not even overpaid (at least not to date).

The Astros are moving to the AL, but Milo Hamilton’s not going anywhere

If you think some of today’s players are controversial, they’re nothing compared to this man.

How much longer can Deduno, Reynolds keep up the late-season magic?

So…you’re probably not going to fill your roster today.

As baseball approaches its stretch run, Richard looks at the best of the best born that month