Joe Ferguson, Roy Halladay, and baseball highlights.
Is the dispute between statheads and those who prefer traditional metrics mostly a matter of semantics?
Once again, the Mets have a starting pitcher with a beef, and the Dodgers might not be quick to sell on their bevy of starters.
It’s the 30th anniversary of the 1983 Mariners. The good news: The 2013 Mariners shouldn’t be as bad. We think.
Ben and Sam discuss Ben’s trip to Phoenix for the SABR Analytics Conference, covering the sabermetrics of marketing, clubhouse chemistry, knuckleballers, bullpen usage, the WBC, Kyle Lohse, and other topics along the way.
The Rays righty has become a popular breakout candidate, but there are reasons to temper short-term expectations.
MLB The Show 13 isn’t flawless, but it continues to get impressively real.
Degree of greatness doesn’t always correlate to the ability to say farewell.
At the SABR Analytics Conference in Phoenix, the Indians introduce a new sort of sabermetrics, without some of the usual secrecy.
A listing of all our 2013 podcast team previews.