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Episode 67: Goodnight Moon

Jen, Sarah, and Mary run through the week’s news, then welcome BP Mets editor-in-chief Kate Feldman to discuss David Wright.

As the Red Sox prepare to move an affiliate, Pawtucket stands to lose more than just baseball.

THT Audio
Episode 67: Goodnight Moon

Jen, Sarah, and Mary run through the week’s news, then welcome BP Mets editor-in-chief Kate Feldman to discuss David Wright.

Lifestyles of the Perpetually Traded

Some players spend their careers on the move.

Retroactive Review: Changing Pitches and Other Tales of Love

A baseball romance shows the descriptive power (and limitations) of fiction.

Card Corner Plus: The Pennant Race of 1978

The classic Yankees-Red Sox duel still lives on baseball cards.

Taking on the Alligators: Lars Anderson in Germany

The globe-trotting baseball player takes his game to a new part of the world.

The strong play of the Yankees, and the relatively easy path of Cleveland, forces us to consider what is fair.

At the beginning of the season, one researcher set out to predict when the second baseman might suffer a career milestone.

The manufacturing process behind baseball bats contains a fair amount of science and plenty of room for improvement.

After a series of strokes, baseball helped one writer find his way back to normalcy.

The baseball slate has always shared space with the real world and its events both big and small.

At the Library of Congress, baseball’s past is vibrant, but its present is stale.

How can a hitter be worth zero WAR? Let us count the ways.

How many major leaguers have managed to play their way home?

Bartolo Colon’s record prompts a short history of Latin American pitchers in the majors.

The Nationals have shown great improvement since the Pyramid System was conceived.

What is the best technique for measuring spin?

An unremarkable player’s career was touched by tangential greatness.

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