Archive for January 2013

A graphic tracking BBWAA voting over the years.

Tempest in the Torrid Zone

A reversal of fortune for “the luckiest man on the face of the earth.”

The latest in the business of baseball.

It’s going to be another tough year for the Astros, but they’ve started their rebuilding process the right way.

One man’s fantasy team for the whole season.

Finding what league average production means is not trivial when it comes to platoon hitting

The NL East has caught up to and passed the Philadelphia Phillies.

Concluding the recent series on the best LCS games of all time.

When talking about catchers of the 1960s, this man deserves a prominent place in the conversation.

Richard begins his all-decade teams in earnest. This week: the best players from the beginning of modern baseball history.

Who pays attention to a good series between bad teams?

Tweaking a classic stat

Should we use an ERA estimator that ignores balls in play for the lower levels of the minor leagues?

Not every team is loaded with major leaguers, so plenty of prospects should get a chance to play.

Josh Hamilton is one-part Guerrero and one-part Olivo.

A look back at the late Orioles skipper.

Let’s remember two players who left us, along with a favorite old radio show.

The strategic implications of having the first or last ordered pick in a snake draft

The public doesn’t forgive very easily. Baseball is still too close to the steroid era for comfort.