Mike Trout has accomplished incredible things before his 21st birthday. Sadly, that turns into a bummer for the guy drafted one pick ahead of him.
A quick look back on the five-year anniversary of home run #756.
One fast man calls an even faster man a fool.
A trip through the day in the minors.
Using PECOTA to figure out how much each of this year’s moves affected the playoff odds.
The Phillies have joined the losers at the zero-percent-playoff-odds table.
The Astros have been awful for a while now, and the way their last loss happened was the most awful of all.
Ben and Sam talk about the presents, futures, and contracts of two starters having interesting seasons: Cliff Lee and Ben Sheets.
Sabermetrics has reached its next sport: pro wrestling.
Michael looks at the impact of some late-breaking deadline deals and those consummated after the deadline in this week’s column.
The Indians are on one of the worst 10-game slides in recent memory, but their collapse resembles those of a couple of teams from 2011.
The Rockies lose Todd Helton’s services for the rest of the season.
Giants get a LOOGY, Red Sox and Nationals get infield depth, and the Dodgers give up early on Gwynn.
We can’t always scout who we want.