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Episode 50: The One Without Sarah

Jen and Mary discuss the week’s news and welcome special guest Jessica Luther.

A star’s return provided an occasion to reflect on the various versions of a player fans might remember.

THT Audio
Episode 50: The One Without Sarah

Jen and Mary discuss the week’s news and welcome special guest Jessica Luther.

The Chemistry of Masking Agents

How do diuretics like furosemide, often used to mask PEDs, actually work?

Baseball on Cheers, 25 Years Later

As the 25th anniversary of the sitcom’s series finale approaches, a look back on the baseball career of Sam Malone.

The Rise of the New Fireman, Josh Hader

In Milwaukee, something new is emerging in the bullpen. But maybe we’ve seen it before.

Rehearsals for Retirement

As careers draw to a close, some know when to quit, and others – sadly – have to be told.

Infielders excel at the geometry of triangles and likely don’t even realize it.

In the space between the U.K. and the U.S., the Pastime comes into focus.

Having the best players on the field should matter to every baseball fan.

Synergy is a complex concept that we should try to measure in baseball.

Baseball can be the means by which we step into the sun.

What effect did Quality of Pitch have on the home run spike in 2017?

The 1963 Topps set marked a major step forward for the card company.

How much does the strike zone actually vary from umpire to umpire?

In 1998 as in 2018, we found ourselves caught up in home runs and presidential intrigue.

Scout school was a challenging but rewarding experience.

How Columbus, Ohio, may serve as a test case for fan loyalty.

Giancarlo Stanton joins a rich history of players booed by the Yankee faithful.

After more than a century of ups and downs, baseball seems to be settling on a “right size” for major league stadiums.

White Sox pitcher Ted Lyons exemplifies the pitch-to-contact era.

On the IFC series “Brockmire,” baseball is a character all its own.

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