Wrapping up a season of fun to head for other shores.
Rejiggering the playoffs has already paid dividends–might even more be in order?
The increasing number of pitchers crowding big league rosters hasn’t improved the quality of a club’s performance from its hurlers.
Will MLB live down to its past when it comes to its relationship with Japan?
The influx of international talent of the game has a relationship to the ways in which the industry works with all amateur talent.
Who ends up getting the credit if we let the act define the stat, instead of the other way around?
Perhaps the time has come to adapt a rule to define who’s actually putting out the fires for teams in ballgames.
David takes a stroll through some data to see if there are any umpires who might favor the underdog a little too much.
Further thoughts on what’s at stake in the Donaghy scandal.
The Age of Bud won’t last forever. What do we do when it ends?
The television ratings for the All-Star Game have been in decline for a quarter-century.
Dave suggests changes to the CBA that would give teams an incentive to draw on the road.
Clemens, Maddux, Johnson, Moyer…it’s a great time to be an ancient hurler in the majors. David looks into why that is.
A proposal on how to real shut the door on the steroid era, and perhaps even learn something from it.
How has player age changed over time, and why is 2007 the year of the old player?