The season is nearly at an end. How many predictions made in the early going actually panned out?
Who are the most effective pitchers who can’t strike out batters?
The Sultan of Swing, the man more allergic to walks than most players in major-league history, drew three walks in a game. Here’s the epic story of Miguel Olivo.
How did The Garv respond to fan chants on visiting the team he’d helped eliminate a few months earlier?
Chase Headley is having a monster season in San Diego, but could this breakout have been predicted? Where does he go from here?
Has a player ever hit more homers in his ballpark than an entire team has in theirs over the course of a season?
Despite his current late-season swoon, Yoenis Cespedes has exceeded expectations and hit well in Oakland’s ballpark.
Miguel Cabrera has hit a lot of home runs at home in 2012. The San Francisco Giants? Not so much.
A small-scale study on watching a baseball broadcast from the home team and away team’s perspective.
After missing much of the season due to elbow issues, Casey Kelly gave Padres fans cause for hope in his big-league debut at Petco Park.
There was a time when both Casey Kotchman and James Loney ranked ahead of Adrian Gonzalez on prospect charts.
How often has a pitcher issued 10 or more walks and 10 or more strikeouts in the same game? Not often at all.
Despite Felix Hernandez’s recent 99 Game Score in his perfecto, Seattle has a history of losing well-pitched contests.
If these guys didn’t hit the ball out of the park, they probably weren’t scoring.
What would happen if dogs played baseball? If there were a real Draft Derby? Join the world of the whimsy and find out!