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Episode 75: The Offseason Begins Both Slowly And Quickly

Offseason news abounds, including a new front office in San Francisco, the MLB Japan All-Star Series, and farewells to a few baseball mainstays.

A tour through some of baseball’s most extreme climes.

THT Audio
Episode 75: The Offseason Begins Both Slowly And Quickly

Offseason news abounds, including a new front office in San Francisco, the MLB Japan All-Star Series, and farewells to a few baseball mainstays.

Re-examining the Chalmers Award

As MLB prepares to crown the MVP, a look back at the award’s early ancestor.

Predicting the 2018 Cy Young Race with Machine Learning

After using a model to predict league MVP races, we turn our attention to the Cy Young Award.

The Co-Evolution of Baseball the Sport and Baseball the Game

The norms of baseball evolve as strategies and players’ abilities change.

The Physics of a Wobbling Fly Ball

The offset between a ball’s center of mass and its geometrical center can alter its flight path.

A man for his times, he looked and played the part.

Can we improve upon existing methods of trying to predict pitcher injury?

Could a nearly forgotten former major leaguer merit a second look this offseason?

How a pitcher took a terrible shellacking, yet stayed in the game to the end.

How did the excitement of this year’s playoffs compare to previous seasons’?

In this space, stadium names are the name of the game.

After a bronze medal finish at the 2018 Women’s Baseball World Cup, Team Canada reflects on the current state of women’s baseball, and looks ahead to the game’s future.

The story of one of the worst professional baseball teams to ever take the field.

In the final installment of the series, more baseball images and history from south of the border.

How well does past award voting foretell current voting results?

As baseball has evolved, the game has been subject to dramatic shifts in rules, unwritten and not.

A look back at the era when the Dodgers and Red Sox last met in the Fall Classic.

A museum exhibit sheds new light on California’s baseball past.

These players might have gotten greater Cooperstown consideration with less dramatic splits.

Johnny Pesky eventually made peace with the play that made him famous.

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