A look at Seattle’s plans to move in the fences of their ballpark to boost offense.
The tater trots for October 2: Chris Davis keeps Baltimore in the hunt for the AL East title with a record-home run.
Oh man the season is over.
There are people who believe Mike Trout doesn’t deserve any awards this year.
Some seem to think that Miguel Cabrera’s race to the Triple Crown isn’t getting enough attention for such an historic feat…
Ben and Sam discuss the Mariners’ decision to bring in (and lower) Safeco Field’s fences, then talk about what the seasons of Tsuyoshi Nishioka and Norichika Aoki say about the difficulty of projecting the performance of Japanese imports.
Welcome to Game 162, when wild cards, division titles, and Triple Crowns are still at stake.
Almost no popular statistic will be “worthless,” exactly, and a good discourse might require more specific objections.
Jemile Weeks and Brandon Crawford have essentially swapped career trajectories this year. Can each find success in the future?
The Angels signed the best free-agent hitter and pitcher available, added the best rookie ever, and still missed the playoffs. Was it anyone’s fault?
More access to Joe Girardi doesn’t make for a more interesting story, which explains why Gay Talese’s new profile of the Yankees’ skipper can’t compare to “Silent Season.”
Back from Arizona, Jason sifts through his remaining FIL notes on talent from the Dodgers, Rangers, Royals, and Indians.
Max Scherzer is the latest player to fall victim to a celebration gone wrong.
The season is nearly at an end. How many predictions made in the early going actually panned out?
The end of the season has arrived, so BP is ready to hand out its awards for the best of 2012.
The A’s success was so unexpected that we had plenty of time to say incriminatingly dismissive things about them.