Meg wonders what Joey Votto’s deal is for a second, while Holly and James dive into marketing strategies for baseball, which attain varying levels of success.
Holly celebrates the resurrection of Phillipe Aumont, Meg celebrates the eleven deaths of Clayton Kershaw, and Trevor talks aliens.
Meg analyzes the thoughts of eleven witnesses to an HBP, Holly wonders on the objectivity of journal-keeping, and Patrick creates a new form of fantasy baseball.
Holly and Trevor both tackle the Phillies relief corps, from different standpoints, while Patrick reviews Derek Jeter’s 2014 book, The Contract.
Holly on the iambic quadramater of Omar Vizquel playing catch, and Kate teases the new hit game show of the summer.
The thrilling conclusion of The Case of the Interfering Runner, and the juxtaposition of seasons ending and beginning.
A collection of poems of celebration, and an online auction one would rather never see.
Tales of the end of the world, and moments that felt like it for one man.
Bryce Harper is up to no good, Russ Stephans is up to neither bad nor good, and the Mariners and Angels are up to both at the same time.
Bryan reviews a new take on an old game, Matt talks baseball in Vegas, and Holly