Archive for August 2008

Using Google’s motion charts to see what’s happened in the past decade.

The results are in on the biggest ethical no-no’s in baseball ethics history.

What will be the big story in the last two months of Shea’s last season?

Let’s look at the facts.

Fliners, foul balls and more.

Home field advantages and SABR presentations.

Will there be two Florida teams in first place past the season’s midpoint?

That’s the American League West, where every team tells a story.

For Mariner fans, there was a mixed message.

And Mark Teixeira hit three home runs. A good baseball day all around.

The Rays swept the Cubs. June swoon or World Series preview?

On run estimators and screwballs.

Albert Pujols, Tom Glavine and Rafael Furcal are all hurting. But Peavy’s almost back!

Junior makes a historic mark.

Not only is Lance Berkman smacking the ball, he’s also the best-fielding first baseman in the majors (according to John Dewan’s plus/minus system).

The Royals are sinking fast.

Results from the Hardball Times reader survey.

Rolling out baseball’s all-time best sluggers, right here at THT.

A pleasurable new book, plus 2008 Win Shares.

Cliff Lee is on fire.