Archive for January 2010

What mostly matters is how much wood WILL the woodchuck chuck.

New Toon Thursdays with TUCK!

Starlin Castro leads the Chicago Cubs against Shelby Miller and the St. Louis Cardinals for prospect supremacy.

Another look at the differences between a pitcher’s best and worst starts. This time, using Jarrod Washburn as a case study.

Geoff chats with the Toronto Blue Jays right-hander and author of The Bullpen Gospels.

The latest in the business of baseball.

Do they like their teams? Yes and no.

How the Rangers’ addition of Vladimir Guerrero shakes up their fantasy picture.

See what the future holds for the candidates passed over in this year’s BBWAA election.

Bonus TUCK! toons in January!

Self-indulgent, non-helpful fodder you know you want to read!

Dr. Rob Dobrenski explains the dual role of anxiety in baseball.

With all the focus on the big free agents and trades this offseason, here’s a look at what teams in the bottom half of baseball’s payroll structure are up to.

It’s only natural that the latest Hall of Fame election brings a reaction from Cooperstown in this week’s Confidential.

Waiver Wire is following the news again, bringing you the latest on Adrian Beltre, Casey Kotchman, and others…

This week, we start our countdown of the top 2009 NL roto producers with two closers and two outfielders. During the countdown, I’ll also add on special requests (like this week’s Delwyn Young) or newsworthy players (like this week’s Matt Holliday).

Stephen Strasburg and the Washington Nationals take on Alcides Escobar and the Milwaukee Brewers for prospect supremacy.

As the first week of 2010 begins, Richard rolls back the clock to look at what stories might be news around this same time a century ago.

TUCK!’s back in 2010 with, you guessed it, more toons!

The best of the rest from 1901 to 1989, catchers and infielders.