Archive for April 2010

When it comes to the Hall of Fame, Marvin Miller remains a hot topic. One former major leaguer has started a grass roots effort to enshrine Miller.

The season is young, but data have arrived on the best young players in the game.

Who is the most feared college catcher? Which 2008 Giants draft pick is better (at some things) than Buster Posey? For once, Jeff tries to answer as many questions as he asks.

On April 27, 1983, Nolan Ryan broke the all-time strikeout record previously held by Walter Johnson. Richard looks back on the Ryan Express and his career.

New Toon Thursdays with TUCK!

The doctor examines an interesting strategy.

Before we can to take fantasy baseball analysis to the next level, we need some very basic infrastructure.

The latest in the business of baseball.

Thoughts on an excessive and unnecessary extension

A second baseman is off to a torrid start and a Dodgers starter was both lucky and unlucky, all in the span of a week.

Keeping updated with the dynamic playing time situations of players across the majors.

A look at why it might be worth it to invest in Mike Leake.

A rookie’s road to the majors and his PITCHf/x flights.

Bonus TUCK! toon Monday

Careful! This octogenarian is so sharp, you gotta wear gloves.

The headline says it all.

Some helpful and cheap pop, an undervalued middle infielder, a potential closer and some veteran starting pitchers featured this week.

Bruce Markusen combines a wonderfully unique nickname with his continuing series on the 1980 Topps card set.

Max expands on previous works by John Walsh and Dave Allen on platoon splits by pitch type

Jeremiah takes a closer look at 10 players who have gone from largely undrafted to almost universally owned.