A trade union lawyer named Mike Ferrin (John Saxon) kills a burglar in his house. Only an unorthodox plain-clothes detective named Jason (Joe Don Baker) believes that Ferrin is guilty of something more than self-defense…
A review of the keynote address at this week’s SABR convention in Philadelphia.
Within: the previously unreported origin of GIFs
BP 2013 Stadium Tour makes a stop in Cincinnati
News and notes from around the league for August 1, 2013.
Notes on 11 prospects, including a couple of catchers: Max Stassi, who continued his hot hitting, and Austin Hedges, who earned a promotion.
With a nod to the Giants, who have sunk from a World Series championship to last place, the staff tells the stories of other pennant winners who failed to sustain their success.
Why weren’t the Phillies sellers this season? We can find one explanation at the 2006 trade deadline.
The Rangers weren’t sure whether to be buyers or sellers, but things are looking up for Texas after three straight walk-off wins.
A special trade deadline edition of the watch list, in which Mike and Bret recap the fantasy impact of every salient deal.
With the trade deadline in the rearview mirror, Mike looks at the changes in the closer landscape before unveiling his new tiers and the updated dollar values.
Scouts’ takes on Brandon Beachy, Jose Iglesias, Cody Asche, Avisail Garcia, and other interesting players.
Ben and Sam discuss their favorite and least-favorite deadline moves, the biggest upgrades, teams that should have sold, and more.
Ranking the prospects who changed teams at the deadline.
The Diamondbacks upgrade their bullpen while the Padres get their shot at Ian Kennedy.