Interesting baseball stories from newspapers across North America.
We open the Tomb of the Baseball Prospectus on first base glove-man Jim Spencer.
Whether it’s in pinstripes or literature, grouse-worthy doings in the Bronx and the Twin Cities.
Carlos Quentin has fallen far from the heights reached in 2008. It doesn’t look like he’s going to come close to that performance.
Doubleheaders lead to jumbled pitching pictures in Detroit and Denver.
Red Sox SS Jose Iglesias continues to surprise with his bat, the strange metamorphosis of Braves LHP Mike Minor, along with news and notes from around the minors.
Rob McQuown looks at Value Pick outfielders with 3 newcomers this week replacing a graduation and two disappointments.
Brian O’Connor uses statistical analysis as a means of positive reinforcement for his Cavaliers.
A former professional pitcher writes about what it was like playing in Latin America.
Center fielder Austin Jackson is making an unorthodox early run at AL Rookie of the Year honors, along with other notes.