The Yankees’ manager is known for his use of a stat-packed binder, but in practice, he makes many of his moves on faith.
Remembering Dave Freese’s heroics from last October, and wondering who’ll join him in the postseason pantheon in 2012.
More access to Joe Girardi doesn’t make for a more interesting story, which explains why Gay Talese’s new profile of the Yankees’ skipper can’t compare to “Silent Season.”
When it comes to fandom, can it really be true that it’s not whether you win or lose but how you play the game?
A Nabokovian report from the Triple-A National Championship(Reno Aces 10, Pawtucket Red Sox 3).
How Dan Duquette is offsetting run differential with roster differential.
According to a transcript unearthed by Adam, Theo Epstein almost derailed the Dodgers-Red Sox mega-trade with a call to his old friend Ben.
In some cases, baseball’s on-field etiquette seems clear, but there is often more to the story than either we or the players know.
A radio broadcaster’s persona reflects the team’s roster and fan following. Or is it the other way around?
Rockies reliever Mike Ekstrom was recently warned for taking too long to throw his warm-up pitches. Adam gets inside his head to find out what was taking so long.
With one deadline under the new CBA behind us, can we say anything about what we’ll see from future July 31sts?
Scout quotes about three players who should be on the fast track to promotion and two who might have more to figure out.
The Durham Bulls are in the midst of a rare losing season, prompting Adam to wonder: How do fans of the Royals and Pirates live with losing every year?
Reviewing Frank Deford’s new book, “Over Time,” and reflecting on how the advent of the internet has improved the quality of sportswriting.
Jeremy Hellickson gets hit hard and Clay Buchholz impresses in the game of the week, plus thoughts about Tampa Bay’s pitching and Bobby Valentine’s way with words.