Archive for October 2010

With the Pirates and Yankees deadlocked at a game apiece, the 1960 World Series moves on to the third, fourth, and fifth games of a developing classic.

Toronto’s system has improved in a year’s time, but is still no match for Kansas City’s.

On October 27, 1922 Ralph Kiner was born. As with many Hall of Famers from before his time, Richard knows only the basics of Kiner’s career. This week he looks back to learn more.

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The latest in the business of baseball.

With the dust settled in last week’s Championship Series, we take a look back at last week’s game and see what can be expected…

We know all about who’s playing. How about who might have been playing instead?

Cy Young ballots probably won’t include Jered’s name.

A quick pitch for the 2011 THT Experts League competition

A look at the pitches of Jonathan Papelbon to determine his likely performance next year.

As this year’s World Series approaches, let’s look back at one of the best Series ever.

Facts, trivia—and the comprehensive list of career win-loss records for managers in the postseason.

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Why this ban on deception and not others?

Taking a quick look at Phil Hughes and his first two postseason starts…

Finally some good baseball songs come from supergroup of indie rockers.

While the League Championships Series continue this week, Richard looks back at some notable leaders in those series, which are often overlooked.

Tampa Bay’s farm system vs. Baltimore’s was a hot topic last year. My how one year changes things.

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The latest in the business of baseball.