Archive for December 2018

Some major league organizations are cutting their scouting staffs. What might they lose?

MLB is exploring new testing methods in its efforts to detect banned substances.

The manufacturing process behind baseball bats contains a fair amount of science and plenty of room for improvement.

As wearable performance technology continues to advance, it carries with it some thorny ethical issues.

The effort to hire more women in STEM fields offers a parallel to baseball’s efforts to diversify the front office.

How do diuretics like furosemide, often used to mask PEDs, actually work?

Synergy is a complex concept that we should try to measure in baseball.

More players are turning to dietary supplements to improve performance, but what risks do these supplements carry?

From cupping to magnetic therapy and other speculative healing techniques.

Looking for options that might be an improvement over Delaware River mud.

The Joint Drug Agreement is more bark than bite. Here’s why.