A look at the first month surprises in the postseason odds report, as well as the teams that nearly joined the Dodgers and Giants in relocating 50 years ago.
A quick check of the calendar, and it’s off to the small wonderments.
Two games last night featured more than one seventh inning stretch. How long has such a tradition been going on?
It’s two weeks into the season, so let’s crown some All Stars!
The Bay Area gets a drought warning, the baseball lexicon gets a new entry, and talkative fantasy owners get a forum.
Whether it’s the lineup cards or even a few individual players, don’t be surprised if you witness a few disappearing acts.
If the social part of fantasy baseball’s not your thing, here’s an alternative.
Think you can predict MLVr? Step up to claim your official ballot and select your 20 players.
Onward, ever onward with the pursuit of random knowledge!
The best at every position of those that switched squads prior to this season.
A tradition rolls into its third season, as Jim peeks at the projected VORP leaders among players without big-league experience.
Tampa Bay’s huge collection of impact talent, in both the minors and the majors, will soon lead to the razing of the club’s individual VORP records at each position.
Tallies over time tell us which matchups have that extra bit of history in them.
This week’s Mets-Twins deal has historical precedents, but as Jim demonstrates, they’re a bit of a mixed bag.
The national pastime shows up on the printed page in books devoted to other subjects altogether.