Archive for September 2011

The pitching rotations and roster make-up offer food for speculation.

Collapses are not a new thing in baseball. They just get bigger headlines today.

Coming off one of the most dramatic rolls in the history of baseball, the Rays are ready to rock.

The Cards’ epic comeback succeeds, but they’ll be underdogs.

Last part of the top prospects

We know the offense is legit, but is the pitching for real?

The latest in the business of baseball.

Being overlooked and underestimated is the 2011 Arizona Diamondbacks specialty. Perhaps it’s time for that to stop.

Appreciating the commissioner and the THT readers

Players 51-75 of the top 100 fantasy baseball prospects.

Now they look like one of the most balanced teams in the postseason.

Players 26-50 on the top 100 fantasy baseball prospects list.

Michael A. Stein of the Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment gives out his awards for the 2011 fantasy baseball season.

Our Tribe bagged a flag in 1965. Can they repeat those tricks in ’66? Keep the fans in heaven in ’67?

Looking at the freshly minted NL Central champs

Oh, how the mighty right fielders have fallen.

Film review of Moneyball the movie.

The Phillies’ stellar rotation prepares to lead them into their fifth straight NLDS

The offense is strong as usual, but who will take the bump behind Sabathia?

Which noteworthy players went out not with a bang but a whimper? Read and find out.