The tater trots for September 11: Madison Bumgarner hits his second shot of the year, Austin Jackson and Scott Rolen race for the lead.
Perhaps the best book written about baseball in 2012 was written in 1962.
Does a look at Stephen Strasburg’s PITCHf/x data reveal what might have caused the Nationals to shut him down early?
The A’s get the save of the year, while the Angels win a made-up mascot contest. Clearly, the A’s won the day.
Your daily trip around the majors and minors in search of prospect goodness.
The Angels and Dodgers lose close games they badly wanted to win.
Ben and Sam discuss whether the Phillies’ recent run of success should affect our expectations for the team in 2013, then talk about a potential scheme to get drafted pitchers into big-league bullpens quickly.
How Yu Darvish escaped the fate of Gene Bearden and learned to love the rematch.
Which players does the BP staff have had the best comeback seasons in 2012?
With Aroldis Chapman struggling and facing a potentially decreased workload, Dan looks at the Reds’ late-inning situation in this week’s VP.
Why are shortstops so bad this year, and does it mean anything for the future?
A pair of young shortstops make their return from the DL.
When it comes to talking about managers, it’s as easy to ignore the most crucial skill as it is to overstate it.
Laid up with a knee injury, Jason scouts the recent Yu Darvish-Chris Archer matchup from the couch.
For a while, Ervin Santana was bad, but lately he’s been better. Is the successful Santana here to stay?