The latest inefficiencies exploited by the Rays: ice cream and classical conditioning.
The pitcher with the lowest strikeout rate in baseball faced the best hitter in the big leagues three times. One of those times, the pitcher won.
The tater trots for August 21: Giancarlo Stanton knows how to crush the ball.
What would the standings look like if the only wins that counted were the ones in one-run games?
Thanks to the new draft rules quite a few 2012 draftees are already playing, and already increasing their stock.
Within: Notes on baseball being interesting.
Some players get hit by pitches so often that it must be a skill. But is it a good skill to have?
A late-1995 game provides a memorable moment for Yankee favorite Paul O’Neill.
Ben and Sam talk about Brett Anderson’s Tuesday return from Tommy John surgery and its impact on Oakland’s potential playoff rotation, then discuss whether Stephen Drew would be wise to test the free-agent market this winter in light of the other shortstops available.
Brett Anderson made a triumphant return from Tommy John surgery thanks to a rare baseball play.
The Dodgers get an unexpected rotation lift with the return of Rubby De La Rosa.
We all want to see more plays called correctly, but altering the existing umpiring system could have unintended consequences.
More uncertainty in Milwaukee and San Francisco keeps this week’s VP rolling.
Cardinals extend Westbrook, Braves pick up Overbay, Sean Rodriguez has options
Ian spends a day in one of the coolest seats in the park (seat not included).
Every player’s first hit is special, but some players’ first hits are dumb and stupid.