Common people know what they want and deserve to get it good and hard.
Every year the Orioles win and every year it’s classified as a surprise, but maybe it shouldn’t be.
There’s no reason, no virtue attached, no matter how desperately we wish otherwise.
On the internet, nobody knows you’re a Juan Gonzalez fanatic.
Does the rarity of steals of home make them even more exciting, or just make all our lives dull and useless?
THE WORDS “BABE FLATHEAD” ARE BURNED INTO YOUR PSYCHE.
Tracking the odds that Ichiro and ARod will hit important milestones, one day at a time.
How Catfish Hunter got his nickname, and more gold from contemporaneous sources.
There is no ideal way to reach first base. It’s time, if it ever wasn’t, to strip judgment from our stats.
Jesse Hahn has, among starting pitchers, the highest breakout percentage heading into this year. Is there something to see here?
The hope-based reason for cheering on a projection system.
The significance of ‘a lot of RBIs’ and ‘a great gloveman up the middle’.
Analyzing where pitches that hit batters end up, and whether we should change the system.
How rare of a feat was Bryan LaHair’s 2012 All Star appearance?
It’s rare, but there are occasions where “more cheese” is not the correct answer.