Archive for June 2008

A look at the economic concept of price elasticity of demand, how it relates to the fantasy baseball trade market, and how you can take advantage of it.

At the midseason mark, Sal checks out the under- and over-performing teams

THT’s annual recap of the most enjoyable weekend of the year.

Keith Hernandez, in his 1993 book Pure Baseball, has some very good stuff on pitching.

The American League continues to surge forward as interleague play comes to a close with now 11 of 14 AL teams in the top 16 Dartboard slots.

A look at the American League Waiver Wire pickups for week 13.

A look at the National League Waiver Wire pickups for week 13.

A front row seat to Tim Beckham’s minor league debut.

A conversation with sabermetrics appreciator and author of “Crashburn Alley” and Baseball Digest Daily writer about Wednesday’s article “I was born a ramblin’ man.”

Who are you and what have you done with our Todd Wellemeyer?

Every Saturday and Wednesday!

Part 2, from Ike Davis (Mets) to Daniel Schlereth (Diamondbacks).

That’s the American League West, where every team tells a story.

Sometimes looking at the familiar in a different way yields interesting results.

David explores just how important winning in the postseason is these days, compared to previous eras.

Ignorance is bliss

Now every Wednesday and Saturday!

The Royals’ ace has become one of the best.

What might have happened with the best of young and old in green and gold?

Drafting and selecting players: an exercise in making good decisions.