Archive for the 'Interviews' Category

The Man. The Myth. The Flannel. If you frequent this site, here’s an interview with the man who has your dream job.

A candid look with the man who created and runs the Retrosheet website.

The man. The myth. The legend. THT’s interview with the founder, owner, operator, & president for life of Baseball-Reference.

Sometimes winning World Series (plural) isn’t enough.

Someday soon, Barry Bonds will become the first man to hit 756 home runs. But on July 23, 1890, Harry Stovey became the first to hit 100. Richard looks back at his life and career.

John concludes his two part interview with Greg Rybarczyk.

Wladimir Balentien, Bryan Anderson, Desmond Jennings and others are emerging as top prospects

We complete the 1980s. More than a decade into the free agency era, was farm system production still a key to sustained success?

John chats with the proprietor of Hit Tracker, Greg Rybarczyk.

Brian talks with Tom Stanton about his latest book, Ty and the Babe.

Ten lesser-known minor league pitchers off to hot starts, including Arizona’s Brett Anderson and Cincinnati’s Daryl Thompson.

Rick hands out the biggest news from his daily Injury Watch.

Derek Zumsteg gives the skinny on his book about cheating in baseball.

J.C. Bradbury answers my questions about his book The Baseball Economist.

In the second excerpt from his book, Vince tackles the impact of team-owned sports networks such as YES on team values and revenues.

Sal attends the MIT Sloan Sports Business Conference and shares the details of a day spent schmoozing with the more intelligent, more important, and more connected.

Mr. Harwell discusses his new audio scrapbook in this second installment of a two part interview.

Mr. Harwell discusses his new audio scrapbook in this first installment of a two-part interview

David discusses projecting the future with six top baseball forecasters in this five part series.

David discusses projecting the future with six top baseball forecasters in this five part series.