Randall Munroe of xkcd shows us what might happen if baseball were played at the edge of physics.
One-year contracts are perfect fodder for analysis after just half of a season.
Apparently UCLs and Toronto Blue Jays pitchers do not mix well.
Geoff discovers the wonders of Seattle baseball, Aaron Cook, tubas, Jeremy Guthrie, and Family Circus.
Major League Baseball should consider revamping the Home Run Derby–again.
Sabermetric pioneer Pete Palmer tackles the hit and run and other statistical topics.
Michael shakes the magic 8-ball for some VP answers this week.
A look at how the changing defense behind James Shields may be affecting the way he’s approaching hitters and the success he’s achieving.