Just when it looked like the Giants were doing their usual October thing, the Cubs came back to win Game 4 and the NLDS.
What happens when a player is so good so young that there are no better versions against which to compare him?
To “fix” the postseason requires first deciding which story baseball is fundamentally trying to tell.
Despite the obvious strategic benefits, teams never tactically surrender. Why that should give you faith in the game.
Chicago has nothing left to play for, but must be ready to play for everything.
Does the jump from “good” to “great” make all the difference when it comes to acquiring a closer?
‘If 20 years ago, baseball understanding was a puddle, it’s now a mineshaft, not a pool.’
Money still buys success, but the league’s payroll disparities appear to be shrinking. This is good.
What can the criminal justice system teach us about preventing baseballs to the dome?