Archive for June 2011

Responding to the latest sabermetric brouhaha.

Is it advantageous to roster several players from the same team?

Would you roster this anonymous player?

The descent of the Dodgers is compared to Michael Douglas’ famous meltdown in the 1993 movie.

On June 29, 1936, Harmon Killebrew was born. Richard looks back on his Hall of Fame career.

Skewed strategies don’t always blossom in strange leagues

If he gets there, he won’t be the only 3,000-hit man without a 200-hit season.

It’s out with the fifties, and in with the sixties. Will our version of the Athletics be entering a bold new era of competitiveness?

These players have had the best first half.

What we learn from the projections.

Taking a lesson from the usually ignore-able Woody Paige.

The Rays are looking on from close range, but the Yankees and Red Sox look like the teams to beat.

The awards return with a pair of infielders who had great weeks. Both infielders were drafted as shortstops by Canadian teams, but have not been either shortstops or members of those organizations for a long time.

Is Madison Bumgarner primed to break out?

Putting last week’s surprising resignation of Jim Riggleman into perspective

Which players have had the best homer totals in June?

Futures game rosters are announced and first-rounders make their debuts.

This week’s Waiver Wire is dominated by middle infield help and American League East arms.

This week’s edition reaches deep to find value, and gives you a few good trade targets

His trips to Cooperstown are becoming an annual tradition. And he always has plenty to say.