Archive for January 2017

The Pacific Coast League is a hitter’s haven, but not for the reasons you think.

The Royals cracked the code. Now the rest of baseball is on to their secret.

The spending limits on amateur talent may have severe consequences.

Finishing one run shy of 100 is a painful but not uncommon feat.

The Milwaukee squad features a fearsome lineup and a flawed pitching staff.

Old time baseball and old time TV intersect.

For the first time online, here is Gerald’s essay from THT 2017.

From cigarette cards to the banning of snuff, a look at a century-long connection.

One inning can change an entire season.

As the game has changed, so too has the way we write about it.

What are the physics behind some of the best hit balls in the game?

What’s the best way to estimate a team’s true talent level?

A pair of tickets found leads to a trip down memory lane.

Which team’s fans have really suffered the most over the years?

It maybe that the greatest game José Fernández ever pitched was also his last.

Pitch tracking may now be affordable at the college and high school levels.

It’s been a long while since any squad reached that mark.

Is it about the best first-year season, the most promising career, or something else?

A former pitcher’s new book rivals those of Jim Bouton and Jim Brosnan

Trying to pin down exactly who will be elected to the Hall of Fame this year.