Holly and Trevor both tackle the Phillies relief corps, from different standpoints, while Patrick reviews Derek Jeter’s 2014 book, The Contract.
Patrick teaches The Youth how to grip various pitches; Mary remarks on the sad story of Wayland Dean; and Matt declares his favorite baseball number.
Four stories of how a baseball game started, and to stories about how they ended for Ryan Howard and Jeremy Guthrie.
Rain (and other things) washes away a lot more of baseball history than we probably think.
Three tales of relative woe: on failed ballpark proposals, the artless inspiration of Aaron Judge, and the cluttered soul.
What will happen to baseball statistics as X approaches zero?
Joe Nuxhall approaches the biggest game of his year, and the Oakland Athletics dabble in the forbidden arts to win a championship.
A collection of poems of celebration, and an online auction one would rather never see.
Exploring the last stop for Denton True Young, and looking at the advanced statistics of some of your syndicated television viewing options.
Should pitchers be going up the ladder on low-power hitters or is that a danger zone?
Nick Franklin keeps trying to live up to the hype, Desmond Jennings gives the Mets more outfield depth, and Edwin Jackson joins yet another organization.
It’s important to think about John Burkett at least once every 15 years.
Bryce Harper is up to no good, Russ Stephans is up to neither bad nor good, and the Mariners and Angels are up to both at the same time.
What would Coors be like at other altitudes? What does the Bambino have on Statcast, and Taylor Motter in 2-D.