Zack discuss a shortstop’s majsty, Martin finds a scorecard link to his past, and Patrick gets depressing.
James breaks out the crack analysis to break down your manager ejection fantasy draft, Nathan smirks along with Chase Utley, and Patrick creates an an identity crisis.
There are two sides to every two-way player.
A discussion of a forgotten set of 1989 baseball cards that contained audio recordings, and the their secrets.
Maybe televised baseball can learn something from televised poker.
Jason travels to a Benedictine monastery in search of an old pitcher, while Patrick visits a nearby elementary school cafeteria.
Patrick stumbles upon a random baseball quote that summarizes how to write, Bryan breaks out his Monster Manual to preview the 2017 season, and Emma sees a fear of quietness in every half-inning break.
Are the A’s just spinning their wheels?
Nathan explores the psyche of a young Cubs fan-to-be, Jason drafts Trevor May and discovers alienation, and the gang votes on their favorite Topps cards of the 80s.
A narrative poem about a diminuitive hero of the past, a polemic against the laziness of polemics, and a piece that reveals too much about one author’s financial status.
We know Ty Kelly wants you to know his heart. We don’t know if Josh Phegley exists. And Kurt Suzuki we know all too well.
The evolution of chess can tell us a lot about the evolution of baseball.
Glances at the beauty of baseball numerology, the evils of said numerology, and an epitath for a pointless baseball exercise.
Chris Coghlan lands in Philadelphia, Michael Bourn returns to Baltimore, Aaron Hill gives San Francisco some depth, and Jorge De La Rosa tries to hang on in Arizona.