Archive for September 2008

A discussion about quitting in fantasy baseball and how seriously the game should be taken.

Some small things might play a big role.

The Angels (and Sean) try to get it right this time.

Look for Chicago in five.

What the financial crisis can teach us about managing risk.

A look at the Hall of Fame prospects for the most notable current skippers.

I’m gonna have my final say and that’s that!

TUCK! toons goodness every Wednesday and Saturday!

A look at the past, present, and future of Cubs starter Rich Hill.

The Twins’ sweep of the White Sox means a crazy weekend is in store for the AL Central. It’s likely to extend into Monday.

Quietly, Oakland has built one of the best minor league systems, using fire sale trades and unexpected breakthroughs. Here are the best of the bunch.

On Sept. 22, 1946 Larry Dierker was born. He would go on to be the Houston franchise leader in innings pitched, starts and complete games. After his playing career, he became the Astros leader in managerial winning percentage.

How Todd Jones’ departure affects the fantasy baseball scene.

The only acrostic recap of the 2008 AL East you’ll ever need.

The Cardinals ace is set for surgery on his right arm to decompress a nerve.

A link to this week’s World Famous StatSpeak Roundtable in which I took part.

Will the Bronx Bombers be bringing in a galaxy of stars this winter? Will it have an impact down the road?

Every Wednesday and Saturday!

Think swingmen are just a bunch of journeymen? Think again, my friend. This week’s crew includes six ERA champions, three Cy Young Award winners and a Hall of Famer.

A look at the lefty ace of the Rays.