The Royals can wait no longer, and promote one of their best prospects.
One man’s suggestion (from 1951) for easing manager/umpire disputes.
The tater trots for May 4: talking beautiful days, beautiful baseball, and pitchers.
A Tigers shortstop returns to four, good pitching by a Dodgers righty that is even better than the numbers and notes from around the minors.
Rumors of Lance Berkman’s demise may have been greatly exaggerated, but it would be equally unwise to put too much stock in his recovery.
Both managers and a player hit the shower early after some questionable calls.
Baseball Prospectus Day with the Rays
Not the Easter Bunny and Santa Claus, but eight early-season performances that should sustain themselves.
Bill James may claim to study baseball questions, not statistical ones, but what happens when a statistician studies Bill James?
Many have been quick to proclaim another “Year of the Pitcher,” but an increased rate of base burglary may be another signature of these low-scoring times.
The season is only a month old, yet there are some players who are separating themselves from the pack–as underperformers.