Archive for November 2012

Excellent morality isn’t a criterion for induction.

A Windy City favorite takes the spotlight in 1972 Topps.

Our flag flies at half-mast in this concrete poem dedicated to Marvin Miller.

With all 12 teams assembled, Richard looks at their individual components and selects the very best month

One city, two cellar-dwellers

The late John Brattain put it in perspective for us.

A small change in league design can make a big difference to user experience

Looking back on a controversial issue.

Suggestions from readers inspire additional research.

The latest in the business of baseball.

There are plenty of rumors surrounding the Royals and top prospect Wil Myers, making it easy to wonder what the Royals long-term plan is.

Join Steve as he launches another virtual scenario, triple-franchise style.

Continuing an ongoing series on the best games in LCS history.

With a little tinkering under the hood, we can modify WPA’s Clutch score to grade bullpens.

A Hall of Fame passing, free agent news, and a managerial hiring hit the Hot Stove this week.

Do two games on one day deplete a team for the long haul?

The gap between runs allowed by starters and relievers seems to be increasing. Why?

The latest in the business of baseball.

We all know that the Marlins’ latest fire sale was a disaster on a moral level, but how did it pan out baseball-wise?

The thrilling tale of Red Sox Nation’s Canadian invasion.