Archive for June 2006

A Philliebusted in the city of Brotherly Love.

The midseason Blind Squirrel Awards for position players

Dizzy Dean loved being called Dizzy, but his brother, Paul, hated being called Daffy. Can’t say that I blame him.

Tom’s last entry in his Leverage Index series.

Ranking all major league teams.

A-Rod is Mr. Clutch for at least a day and Ryan Howard hits two more home runs to take the major league lead with 27.

Baseball teams for sale and D.C. parking lots

Bryan looks at how Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski assembled the best pitching staff in the majors.

Roger Clemens gets no run support again, and a trade!

The latest in aches and pains

Just under the wire to meet the deadline, here are the big shakeups in the most recent months of June. We encounter a Midnight Massacre, a Midnight Masterpiece, and a Montreal Misstep.

David Ortiz with a game-winning RBI. Again.

Guest writer Chris Jaffe looks at how players perform when revisiting teams that traded them.

A mid-season review of minor league performances in a pair of the Single-A Advanced leagues

The National League is tops, at least for one day.

The American League dominated again yesterday, though there were four extra-inning games and eight games decided by two runs or less.

Bonds steals a base and Pujols goes 4 for 4, but both of their teams lose.

Proceed at your own risk.

A drunken Paris Hilton is positively chaste compared to Detroit politicians

Roger Clemens returns to the Astros, but youth will be served.