The trot times for September 4: Giancarlo Stanton joins elite company, Miguel Cabrera has a bad day on the bases.
Tall players hit more home runs. Short players bunt more. But wait there’s more!
Matt explores the self-destructive Yankees in relation to the self-destructive Red Sox.
The Orioles weren’t expected to contend, but they are showing signs of being a legit playoff team.
Ben and Sam consider whether the ballpark might be to blame for the Rockies’ lackluster first two decades, then discuss the annual phenomenon of attendance shaming.
Chipper Jones chose to stay an Atlanta Brave until the end. But he also earned it, with a spectacular career.
A quiz on seven quotes describing pitchers of today from the “Neyer/James Guide to Pitchers”.
A trip around both the major and minor leagues to highlight the best prospect performances from the previous day.
Matt Carp makes his return from the DL, and Ivan Nova nears a return.
How much should the age of a team’s present roster affect our forecasts for its future success?
Dan examines the Brandon League/Ronald Belisario platoon in LA in this week’s VP.
Russell puts the conclusions of last week’s attention-getting article in The Atlantic to the test.
How has the Rockies’ four-man rotation experiment panned out so far?
How Dan Duquette is offsetting run differential with roster differential.
Which stats, serious or silly, does the BP team wish were readily available to fans and analysts?