Archive for March 2007

Part I: The Yanks will score runs, but so will the other guys

Part II: Ticker tape this autumn? No reason why not

Why this could be the best Bucs team in recent memory.

Looks like another ho-hum year as the Reds fight to stay out of the cellar.

The THT Staff predicts a wide open season.

I can’t write right now, I’m too busy writing

How far can a “Just Show Up” strategy carry the Cardinals?

Five questions that will define the 2007 Cubs. Can the Cubs return to contention with their offseason of spending?

Now that Roger is gone, will the team have enough pitching to compete?

Tim Dierkes names twenty players he won’t be drafting in 2007.

David examines whether breaking balls really cause young pitchers to break down.

Vince examines why the Moneyball teams really won. Hint: It didn’t have much to do with OPS.

In 2006, the Brewers were a sleeper team that never woke up. Will they finally stop hitting the snooze?

Thoughts on the Mets winning another division title in 2007. Or not.

J.C. Bradbury answers my questions about his book The Baseball Economist.

The links and general philosophy about Spring

Pat the Bat, trashing Flash and other Phil-ups

Will the Marlins’ talented youngsters suffer from a sophomore slump?

Just how special was the 1960s Giants’ pat hand?

The Yankees Opening Day starter is going to be who?