What tales could we tell in the annual if space wasn’t at a premium?
Really long deals obviously involve risks, but may also come to be write-offs.
This offseason’s Alex Rodriguez affair has a historical parallel in the 1916 holdout of a great Red Sox center fielder.
Wrapping up the grand historical tour of the game’s four-and-out championships.
The rundown of World Series blankings continues, with a look at pinstriped domination in the late ’30s.
A review of the World Series teams that only needed four games to wrap things up.
Time for the Bill James-style test now that the Joe Torre era is over in New York.
The Indians wandered off the beaten warpath for many years after their heyday in the postwar period.
You think times are tough now? Dial up the wayback machine to Orwell’s year for some real pain.
The 2007 Mets are already being compared to the 1964 Phillies, which puts skipper Willie Randolph in Gene Mauch’s shoes.
The perils of head trauma, and how it can derail a promising career.
In days past, stress broke even the best ballplayers, ending careers and even lives.
Different players adapt, learn, and improve according to their gifts, no implicit value judgment needed.
There’s more recordball afoot, with one potential achievement that should stay interesting all the way down the stretch.
A recent tragedy on the diamond serves as a reminder of the good works the game has done in the past.
The team Pat Gillick thought was a long way from contending is the favorite in a tight NL East this year.