Why Jack Morris’ accusation doesn’t stand up to the evidence.
Blind framing test results and the best and worst receivers of the week and the season.
Bret takes a look through this past week’s streamer picks and looks at where he went right (and wrong).
The fantasy implications of these manager decisions.
Would it surprise you if we told you the Astros were at the top of the Hit List?
Why historical changes in pitching mechanics haven’t always led to improvement.
News and notes from around the league for May 3, 2013.
Paul lets you know which two-start options are worth considering in your weekly leagues this week.
Last night, Jake Westbrook pulled another Houdini act. Tonight, David Ortiz is set to tango with Texas’ Derek Holland.
Ben and Sam discuss whether a pitcher’s body language can cost him strikes, whether it’s worth trading for relievers early in the season, a study about perceptions of steroid use, and whether a low BABIP is always unlucky.
The fantasy crew urges owners who drafted Ryan Madson to hold on to the Angels’ righty until he returns, among other advice this week.
This week’s edition features our first look at a diverse batch of pitchers, plus an update on the hardest fastballs and the sharpest curves thrown this year.
A review of Robert Weintraub’s The Victory Season: The End of World War II and the Birth of Baseball’s Golden Age