The Astros aren’t great now, but once upon a time, Jimmy Wynn, Jose Cruz, and Cesar Cedeno made them look respectable. Also, a look at what would have been written in BP Annuals of the ’60s and ’70s.
Is a starting rotation in which all five pitchers make at least 30 starts the hallmark of a championship-caliber team?
Barry Bonds’ career walk totals are mind-boggling, but they’re even more so when you look between the numbers.
A trip along the coast brings to mind many ballplayers who have called SoCal home, and serves as a reminder that Anaheim is not in Los Angeles.
Those men who have received zero or one vote on Hall of Fame ballots get one more chance to crack an All-Star team.
What can history tell us about Neftali Feliz’s potential career trajectory?
Right now, it looks like Kevin Towers got robbed when he traded Trevor Bauer, but what does history say?
The San Diego Padres have been major players this offseason, and teams in the NL West have been put on notice.
If Johnny Cueto is on the mound and a runner breaks for second, he is facing an almost-certain outcome.
The Rockies’ leading hurler accomplished a feat that hasn’t been matched in over a century.
The Athletics’ 2012 season resembles that of the 2010 Padres in more ways than one. What does that mean for their future?
While at the SABR AFL Conference, Geoff takes in the Rising Stars Game, sees Billy Hamilton run, and finds a few other intriguing prospects.
The AFL is in full swing, and Geoff is on site reporting from the SABR AFL Conference.
With the benefit of hindsight, how different might the NL West look if given the opportunity to repick in several drafts?
The oddsmakers in Vegas place some weird bets, but aren’t you better off using your money elsewhere?
Chronicling the Padres’ off-field saga from 2012 and predicting its implications for the future.