What a decades-old Mel Allen call says about the Indians’ long-lived mascot.
How Earl Weaver won with common sense at a time before people knew it was common sense.
A look at three high school arms from the Garden State who could be high draft picks this spring.
What conclusions can we draw from studying the incremental mechanical refinements of great pitchers past?
How Earl Weaver indirectly helped shape Baseball Prospectus and (more directly) gave one of its founders her best day in baseball.
Paul examines how the speed of Angel Pagan and the power of Michael Morse and Chris Davis stack up to the keeper competition.
Ben and Sam analyze the Justin Upton trade and Arizona’s offseason.
The Diamondbacks probably won’t pursue Rick Porcello, and Michael Bourn might have a pair of suitors.
The times when pitchers threw way too many balls and not nearly enough strikes.
The Braves get Justin Upton. What did the Diamondbacks get for all their efforts?
The Mets sign Shaun Marcum, the Cubs add Scott Hairston, and the Rays bolster their bullpen.
Ruben Amaro said he consulted some rabbis before signing Delmon Young. Here’s one way that conversation might have unfolded.
What the managers who were ejected last season said to seal their fates. (Warning: strong language.)