Tampa Bay may feel like a bad team, but is PECOTA nuts to think the Rays are decent?
Sports evolve from rule changes, but often in unforeseen ways.
Cole Hamels says he focuses on throwing strikes and PECOTA says he’s due for a decline, but maybe they’re both lying.
Our hero’s story continues in Seattle (or maybe Tacoma).
What does it mean to have your number retired, but only briefly? And who’s really Mr. Mariner?
The stories behind the Padres’ starters of 2017.
Conventional wisdom says control is the last thing to return for pitchers after Tommy John surgery, but the data isn’t quite so sure.
And it’s not just about save totals.
What does college poetry have to do with Stan Javier? Everything.
Do the Mariners have one last push in them before the inevitable rebuild arrives?
Thoughts on his controversial act of rebellion.
The 1982 All-Star game, fairness in ground balls, and the death of the Baltimore chop.
The Man. The Myth. The Legend. The Braves’ New Catcher.
Dan Quisenberry’s book of poetry, published the year he died, says a lot about the man and the pitcher.