The top five teams are in the AL. Seven of the bottom eight teams are in the NL.
Jason and Paul spend 2:22:03 talking about hitters and pitchers of all shapes and sizes, and talk about how to handle stars in tough luck AL/NL only leagues that do not carry over stats.
Paul helps you pack your team’s stat sheet with another week of two-start pitchers.
How do the Hall of Fame cases of Vladimir Guerrero, Johnny Damon, and Manny Ramirez stack up?
Doug examines R.A. Dickey’s mechanics to see how Dickey does things most knuckleballers couldn’t dream of.
What do the Cardinals, Pirates, Brewers and Reds need heading into the deadline, and where might they find it?
With additional commentary from YouTube commenters who just saw that lady getting picked on by a bunch of jerky kids.
It’s been 4 years, and Smoak’s not yet a force in the middle of a big league lineup. What gives?
How many Altuves is Jose Altuve from the disabled list?
Are pitchers less effective after taking a break between innings? And if so, should teams do anything about it?
The Rockies have tried to make a four-man rotation work before.
‘Pitchers are going to get hurt,’ says one team executive, but a select few pitchers defy the rule.
An expert on biomechanics and a team source talk about their approaches to evaluating and managing pitcher workloads.