Bartolo Colon, Bill Clinton y la naturaleza arbitraria del universo.
Bartolo Colon, Bill Clinton, and the arbitrary nature of the universe.
Writing on the weight of streaks, real-life translations of errors, and searching for the new bat flip.
Becoming unmoored in extra innings, losing sight of entire careers, and just not having sight at all.
What is the baseball you see when you close your eyes?
Short Relief offers an expanded slate today, celebrating Houston and the Astros, and asking you to donate toward the relief efforts there.
Rich Hill’s perfect game dies in front of us, Jered Weaver’s career grinds to a halt, and TV’s Monk holds up.
Short Relief visits the three main stages of life: Childhood, Adulthood and Statcast.
Six years later, still looking for one more chance.
Short Relief continues its paean to forgotten players of yesterday, this time especially forgotten.
Reggie Jackson faces his italicized self, Billy Hamilton his antiquated self, and Matt ranks Metallica moments.
Dreaming of new opportunities for commercial tie-ins, and the lowest possible expectations surmounted. Also, the aforementioned Kevin Bass Game.
What is in Wade Miley’s heart? And what does that have to do with Dallas Keuchel?
For the Cubs, a door closes and a conspiracy theory opens; poetry in wartime between pitchers and mascots; and a small career lost in service.
On the 20th episode of the DFA podcast, Bryan hosts an all-star collection of BP writers in our first live episode! Listen in as Craig Goldstein, Patrick Dubuque, Jeffrey Paternostro, Emma Baccellieri, Kate Morrison, and Aaron Gleeman all share their thoughts on the major and minor moves as the deadline comes and goes. It’s a must-listen!
A lifetime prepares Brandon Guyer for a single moment; the Giants are euphemized; and Craig Gentry overcomes your indifference.