Archive for January 2007

Yankees and Mets head overseas, and the Jays add a farm club.

THT Links snazzes up the midweek snooze fest with an invitation to provide help to one of the jazziest sites on the web.

Does it sometimes seem to you that batters are getting hit by pitches more often than they did 15 or 20 years ago? Guess what: They are. A lot more often.

Chris chooses the 15 most promising catchers under the age of 25.

How to win the media battle, the Evil Empire’s latest target and two promising young pitchers who won’t be ready for Spring Training … it’s the THT Links!

More about Kirk Saarloos than you ever thought you’d know.

What three different projections say about 10 well-known hitters.

You can almost smell Spring Training.

THT Links debuts.

What we need to do if we really want to compare prospects

Nine average pitchers—1,910 major league wins…one Hall of Famer

On Jan. 22, 1969, the Expos traded Donn Clendenon to the Houston Astros. Unhappy with the move, Clendenon announced his retirement. So how did he end up the MVP of the World Series for the Miracle Mets that year?

A look at who benefits from the Green Monster and who doesn’t.

Studes returns to his review of the all-time top 80 everyday players, ranked by Win Shares Above Bench.

MLB’s Extra Innings deal and the Pirates’ change of control

In 17 starts last year, the Brewers ace made history.

Who knew there was so much young talent in the NL West?

Into the 1970s, we encounter the largest value production difference yet seen between National and American League organizations.

25 pitchers, from A-ball to the big leagues, who surrendered the most home runs with the wind blowing to the outfield.