Jim focuses on some possible early challenges to single-season records, including the Twins’ run at most hits allowed, and a current Red Sock challenging a past Red Sock for the doubles crown.
Jim investigates the fate of the Indians after dropping three to the worst team in baseball, points and laughs at the Pirates and Marlins, and follows the Rockies’ road/home splits all the way to Houston.
Jim waxes nostalgic about Schilling v. Mussina, examines some inadequate NL outfield troikas, and beats the dead horse that is the Kansas City Royals.
Jim took in a minor league game this week that was….interesting.
Jim looks at this week’s matchups, and zooms in on Kansas City’s abysmal start, the Twins’ offensive woes, and the strikeout-averse Blue Jays.
Jim takes a look at some history as today’s Best Matchup sends him to the reference books.
Jim announces the winner from his box score contest from last week, gleaning some pretty interesting information in the process.
Jim unveils a new contest for you to participate in, and takes a look at the trade that brought Travis Hafner to Cleveland.
This week’s matchups feature the Yankees’ quest for 1,000 runs, the Rockies’ quest for 1,000 sacrifice bunts, and the Nationals’ quest for 1,000 hit batsmen.
Jim tackles the man who threatens to unseat Edgardo Alfonzo for best Met season ever, the Royals’ attempt to allow more baserunners than the Rays, and the anemic Astros lineup.
The worst matchup from one year ago rises to be the best this week. Early-season fluke, or something more meaningful?
Jim’s matchups include the real prize for impressive hit streaks, a few notes on sac bunts, and a possible cure for “Springtime Small Sample Size Syndrome.”
This week’s matchups feature one of the most lopsided Opening Day losses on record, and a bit of wonderment about the rulebook definition of Jimmy Rollins’ hit streak.
Jim kicks off the weekly matchups with a look at what’s in store for us during Opening Week.
Jim has a series of creative propositions for you concerning the 2006 season.