Archive for September 2012

We’re through six months

When the majors said no, he made the best of it.

33 years, no national championships. Let’s discuss.

Reader suggestions are clearly cursed, and I’m glad I strongly hedged my Kendrick recommendation

In baseball’s penultimate week, Miguel Cabrera makes a splash.

What type of player might Royals prospect Wil Myers develop into?

Do marathon games leave both teams losers?

T-minus not many days left

Can you win by spending more on relievers than starters?

The latest in the business of baseball.

Is simpler really better when it comes to projecting future pitching numbers?

It’s not yet time for your last hurrah

The new CBA has its faults, but one big positive was bumping up the signing date so draftees can get their feet wet in the minors.

The awards return from a week of vacation to give a nod to a player we had all given up on.

And the last full week of baseball begins

Can Oakland hang on, or will Anaheim finally live up to its expectations?

What keeps lifetime minor leaguers going?

When you stand the most storied race of all on its head, it’s still a great one but with a very different narrative.

Onto the last desperate scramble of the season.

Pitchers going on the DL cost teams wins—and hundreds of millions of dollars per year. Can we stop this destructive trend?