Jay Jaffe checks in with a WBC report after taking in some exciting games in Puerto Rico.
Jay Jaffe responds to some reader mail about Tim Raines, Pete Rose, John Olerud and more.
Jay finishes off the 2006 Hall of Fame ballot with a look at eligible relief pitchers.
Jay continues his look at the new Hall of Fame ballot, this time turning his attention to the starting pitchers.
Jay Jaffe uses JAWS to look at the newly eligible hitters on this year’s Hall of Fame ballot.
Jay takes a look at the legacy of the recently departed Yankee pitching coach.
It’s a Beast-less ALCS, as the White Sox and Angels square off in what figures to be a dramatic series.
Can it be? Did the number-one team fail to make the playoffs?
There’s a new number one team in town–but will they even make the playoffs?
The Cardinals still top the list, but there’s a lot of shuffling underneath, as the Yankees pass the Red Sox while the White Sox and Indians head in opposite directions.
The AL Central houses the week’s biggest movers.
Heading into the home stretch, the Cardinals continue to rule the roost in the Prospectus Hit List.
Jay invites you in for a tour of the sausage factory in which he makes the Prospectus Hit List. There’s method–actually, a bunch of them–behind the madness.
August wraps up with the Yankees climbing and the Angels dropping on this week’s Hit List.
The Tigers make a big jump, while the Blue Jays suffer the largest slide in this week’s Hit List.