Keith Woolner takes a second look at OBP, righting a big wrong in the process.
Doug Pappas takes Andrew Zimbalist to task for his latest ill-informed sputtering on baseball, and praises Commissioner Bud Selig’s efforts to save the game.
Derek Zumsteg suggests an alternative to Major League Baseball’s toothless drug policy, and a better use for Pete Rose’s services.
The Red Sox and Yankees on the aftermath of last night’s mishaps, Rob Dibble has a new appreciation for performance analysis, Scott Boras discusses Josh Beckett’s paralyzing fear of Jeff Torb…er…blisters, and Jose Contreras and Miguel Tejada announce plans to pull their pants up to their chests and move to Florida.
The cheapskate A’s finally get off their butts and spend some money, inking reigning MVP and world’s best shortstop Miguel Tejada to a five-year, $58.5 million deal. GM Billy Beane turns attention to locking up Frank Menechino for the next five years.
The best division in the National League features three solid playoff contenders, and two teams that might be no more than a year away.
Derek Jeter could be out a long time, it’s a bad 2003 so far for closers, and no UTK would be complete without the requisite pickle juice and urine reference.