Archive for October 2004

Part one of Aaron’s position-by-position look at this offseason’s free agents.

Studes reviews some of the stats that will be included in the 2004 Hardball Times Baseball Annual, which will go on sale next week.

The Cardinals fired hitting coach Mitchell Page and the Mets may be close to giving Al Leiter a new contract.

Curt Schilling will have surgery and the rest of the news around the majors.

Options are picked up and declined and the rest of the news around the majors.

With one silly curse thoroughly demolished this week, Aaron has an idea for a new one.

Brian looks back at where it went wrong for the Cardinals.

With 1918 and 86 rendered meaningless, it’s time to talk about some really important numbers.

Free agents start filing, options are picked up and declined and the rest of the news around the majors.

Eighty-six years in the waiting and Aaron actually finds himself jealous of Red Sox fans.

Finally, for the first time since 1918, the Red Sox are the champions of baseball.

The Redsox win the World Series and the rest of the news around the majors.

Brian didn’t enjoy his trip to St. Louis, as the Cardinals fell behind 3-0.

If Tuesday night was the final start of Pedro Martinez’s career with the Red Sox, at least it was a start to remember.

The Redsox can sweep the World Series tonight and the rest of the news around the majors.

What goes through Aaron’s mind when there’s no baseball to watch?

Ben escapes from his exile in New York for a day to watch Game 1 of the World Series in Massachusetts, where things just feel different.

The World Series resumes today and the rest of the news around the majors.

Behind another outstanding performance from the Bionic Man, the Red Sox took a 2-0 lead.

As if being on the wrong end of the greatest comeback in baseball history wasn’t enough, Stephen Silver looks into the future and sees some big problems for the Yankees.