The tater trots for June 13: Matt Cain’s perfecto was helped by a few things, including a home run; Jim Thome is back to crushing balls at Target Field.
Matt Cain just threw a perfect game. Surely that means something going forward, right?
We generally don’t expect top athletes to choke, but that doesn’t mean they don’t get just as nervous as you would.
Matt Cain tied Sandy Koufax for the most Ks in a Perfect Game with 14. But did he face a better lineup?
Paul looks at rotation-based Value Picks following a great night for pitching.
Matt Cain’s perfect game was one of the best outings ever.
In which the author, still worried about somehow jinxing it, does not directly mention Matt Cain’s perfect game.
If you had to pick a pitcher for a big game tomorrow, who would you take? How about a big game in 2015? Some MLB execs weigh in with their choices.
How do Dodgers fans (or the fans of any team) react to perfection from their hated rival?
A look at some over-used silly drawings on the back of 1988 Topps Big cards.
It is always tempting to think a year-by-year trend will continue, but regression is more powerful than momentum.
While you’re cooing over Brandon Beachy, Scott Diamond is doing more with less. Is it time to take the prototypical Twin seriously?
Questions about a recent Rangers draft pick sends Jason down the rabbit hole.
The Kansas City Royals are suffering through yet another losing season, but the team still trusts in The Process, and an interview with Andrew McCutchen.