James wonders if there’s anything to the myth that players hit better when playing their natural positions.
In the long history of the All-Star Game, there have been some really marginal players who have made the cut. Here are the worst.
Why is it that so many of the greatest hitters of all time bat from the left side of the plate? Is there more than just their platoon advantage? James takes a swing at an answer.
The woes in Cincinnati don’t start in the dugout. They start on the mound, and in the front office.
The Yankees’ defense is bad, but it’s not the worst in the game this year. James has the low down on who just can’t catch the ball.
James Click breaks out the Ginsu knives to slice and dice strikeouts in different ways.
Is the common National League strategy of pitching around the eighth-place hitter the right move? James breaks down the numbers.
With a game out of hand, is it worth it to pull a pitcher to save him for his next start? James has the answer.
There seems to be more offense from traditionally defensive positions than ever before. But are some growing faster than others?
You’ve seen the stories saying that home runs are down. But are steroids really to blame?
James Click LOBs a few thoughts on teams struggling to knock in runs.
LaTroy Hawkins has blown two saves this year and has a reputation of cracking in high-leverage situations. But is there any evidence in his performance to suggest he can’t be a closer? James Click takes a look.
While April performances have to be regarded with a dose of skepticism, they shouldn’t be dismissed entirely.
Can we infer anything from the early days of the season? James Click takes a closer look.
When announcers talk about pitchers being distracted by baserunners, is that just another baseball myth? James has the answers.
The White Sox debate the immediate future of Brandon McCarthy, the A’s get a new owner and the Phillies could look into an infielder-for-pitcher trade.