Archive for August 2013

It’s another Texas-Oakland fight to the finish in the West. But what about the division’s other teams?

Take a break and check out the American League West before the All-Star game.

They’ve played at least enough games this season to make some silly assumptions

After betting big before the 2012 season and subsequently going bust, the Angels have chosen to double down for 2013.

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

The A’s have played their way into the fight for the divisional title.

The division still has two divisions.

The Dodgers’ catcher is making the most of his opportunity.

No surprise: Texas’ success. Big surprise: Pujols and the Angels in a funk.

A look at an updated SABR classic

It would be a little like when Sam Walker won Tout Wars, except Walker was a good writer.

A review of Mitchell Nathanson’s work, which looks beyond baseball’s romantic narrative.

They made the biggest splashes in the offseason. Will that help them make waves in 2012?

They are rebuilding, reforming, and reinventing themselves.

“We break into this stranger’s house thinking we’re gonna find him him sleeping with a woman, and it’s a bunch of nerds playing fantasy baseball. – Seth Rogan, in “Knocked Up”

An irrational, illogical, and irrepressible discourse against the expansion of instant replay in Major League Baseball

Some moves and maneuvers so far as they pertain to the AL West.

A reader’s submission of quirky Milwaukee players with commentary added.

Colorado looked to have an offseason plan, but now things are unclear.

We looked at the lineup, now for the pitchers.