Archive for July 2016

Matthew Mata provides a way to simplify the expression of pitch movement.

With Ichiro Suzuki set to join the 3,000 hit club, a look back at some memorable 3,000th hits.

The three pitchers whose wins spanned four decades of their lives.

Nearly two decades ago, when Montreal still had a major league team.

In this election season, we need to know just how much our candidates love the national pastime.

Creative combos? Corny cliches? It all depends on how you look at Topps’ alliterative cards.

How do catchers do what they do?

How to win it all with mediocre pitching.

The dash for the dish is becoming a rarity — perhaps deservedly so.

Doing the math once again to figure out the increase in home runs.

The year of two great hitters, two great records, and the beginning of a cataclysm.

A tour of big league ballparks, if patiently undertaken, can show you what’s really inside.

Can just anybody play first base?

Women are showing that they can play baseball at an elite level.

There’s little uniformity to uniform hues over the last half century.

The story of a minor league team that had a major impact.

Who would have won the 1994 World Series?

Are defenders getting the credit they truly deserve?

How much do real estate and pitching have in common?

Contrary to conventional wisdom, some major league hitters don’t hit it where it’s pitched.