A Man and His Bat By: James Fegan Going viral on Twitter is like the full arc of becoming popular in high school, boiled down to an 18-hour experience. The first hour is the rush of a new level of attention and the next 17 hours are revulsion at the wave of unwanted input from…
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Almost everything worked out for the Dodgers in Game 3, as they pushed the Cubs to the brink of elimination.
Unfortunately for the Nationals, they exist only in this timeline.
Keeping a journal as an imperfect link to the past, and a fan who will forever be trapped in it.
After borrowing and borrowing just to get there, the Diamondbacks fell apart in Game 2.
The Yankees had to go into Thursday night thinking they might steal one. They didn’t.
Here are two retired infielders doing good things and one baby doing bad things
Weird Baseball gets weirder when no one notices.
Baseball is both of the stars and on the ground, frequently at the same time; within lies the truth.
Holly M. Wendt takes on an alien not, for once, named Hunter; Meg Rowley examines furniture; James Fegan appreciates audio technology.
We all have our guys.
A poem for those preparing for battle, and an analysis of the aftermath.
Short Relief visits the three main stages of life: Childhood, Adulthood and Statcast.
Short Relief closes out its week of admiration with three players with absolutely nothing in common.
Time is a flat circ … OH MY GOD, HURRY UP ALREADY!