Dayn’s book is out, and today we get a sample, as he shares a chapter about Doc Gooden’s early–and brief–dominance.
Our annual prospect list finds a pair of highly-regarded outfielders leading the pack.
Dayn takes a closer look at what some notional contenders have in common.
The Blue Jays’ recent acquisitions position them for a serious run at the 2006 AL East title.
A look at detailed park factors turns the NL Cy Young race on its head.
With the 2005 season behind us, Dayn looks back at how he thought it would play out, in an attempt to learn from his mistakes.
Dayn previews the series that pits the underwhelming Padres against his beloved Cardinals.
The Tampa Bay Devil Rays are headed for their seventh last-place finish in eight seasons. It may be their last one for a while.
Dayn counters accusations of groupthink and explains why he hopes Barry Bonds fails in his quest for 755.
Dayn takes a closer look at the NL West, wondering how a divisional All-Star team would fare.
Scott Podsednik is set to make history in Chicago, and there’s something special about Daniel Cabrera. Dayn has the lowdown.
Dayn’s trip to an NFL preseason game left him with more questions than answers about football’s popularity compared to baseball.
After last week’s column, Dayn got plenty of mail about his new Triple Crown. So, let’s try this again.
While the noise traditionally gets made around batting average, home runs, and RBI, Dayn wonders if there should be a triple crown that rewards less problematic offensive performance.
The starting pitching troika of Roger Clemens, Andy Pettitte and Roy Oswalt have vaulted the Astros into contention. Dayn breaks down where the threesome ranks all -time.
Too often, teams ignore granular park effects when it comes to putting together a lineup. According to Dayn, it’s not just where you play, but from which side you play.