The Guidance Counselor returns. (Warning: not about baseball.)
The tater trots for September 17: the Pirates and Cubs play a late game, Dan Uggla blasts a bomb in Miami.
Orioles’ playoff odds: 73.7 percent. This is not a drill, people.
Amazon.com gives us good evidence of just what kind of trendsetter Kevin Goldstein really is.
Ben and Sam discuss the Giants’ starting rotation and decide what it would take to trust Barry Zito, then talk about how they decide which teams to root for.
Answering that question is not quite so simple as you’d think.
One month ago, R.J. was bullish on Ryan Vogelsong, and he wasn’t alone. What about now?
The Tigers are running out of time to play catch-up in the AL Central standings.
Giancarlo Stanton is day-to-day with an injury.
Jason revisits some pre-season predictions where he was either too high or too low on someone, and why.
Can rational fans pull for fluky teams, or are we bound to support good process over unpredictability?
Chase Headley is having a monster season in San Diego, but could this breakout have been predicted? Where does he go from here?
How reading a pitcher is like reading a book, and why being self-conscious can make you bad at baseball.