Perhaps baseball’s got space for the Claude Rains Award in its trophy case.
The short list of lefty no-hitters in Red Sox history serves a reminder that talent trumps environment.
Jose Vidro’s not the only DH in history to struggle with his job description.
A new method for drawing comparisons between teams in the present and those from the past.
Why you shouldn’t trust consistently bad old leadership to deliver consistently good new results.
Wayne Krivsky’s getting canned to little point in April recalls other GMs who really needed to be asked to clear out their desks quickly.
Lou Piniella’s decision to move Alfonso Soriano back to leadoff echoes a similar, far more damaging story from the 1920s.
Dialing back to 1959, this year’s Tigers might take note of the fate of that year’s Yankees.
Has the game been the forcing ground for a nation’s promise?
At popular request, Satchel Paige’s adventures on the island bear retelling.
History repeats itself, not just in the larger scheme, but even in the anecdotes it generates.
The players PECOTA matches with two AL youngsters offer several divergent career paths.
PECOTA looks in every Nook (Logan) and Granny (Hamner), inviting you to explore the game’s history.
Finishing up a romp through past deals involving Cy Young winners to compare and contrast them with the Santana deal.
Deals involving multiple-Cy Young winners have a checkered past, for both the dealers and the dealt.