Archive for October 2012

Can’t we all just get along?

The latest in the business of baseball.

Tim Lincecum dominated in a long relief role for San Francisco. Could his success lead a team to try it in-season?

Some lesser-known prospects are giving us reason to pay attention in the Arizona Fall League.

Why has Tim Lincecum flourished since being banished to the bullpen?

When prominent managers last just one year on the job, and what this tell us about the futures of Bobby Valentine and Ozzie Guillen.

Every bad team gets one representative, but teams with one All-Star aren’t always bad.

Not exactly a story about laundry.

The A’s and Marlins come out on top of their recent three-team deal, but the Diamondbacks decision to take on Heath Bell is questionable.

We have the data model—time to collect video evidence.

Seeking out the World Series at its most exciting

When we complicate statistics are the results actually improved?

The latest in the business of baseball.

From the Quaker City to Kansas City, the Athletics go West.

Inspired by the recent ALCS fiasco for the Yankees, let’s look at the worst sweeps of all-time.

A tale of fluky dominance

Uniforms, steadiness, and class come together in this latest entry from 1972 Topps.

What should stay? What should go? What should be changed?

Should we use ERA estimators for relievers?

Which measure gets which type of player right? Or wrong?