For the summer, the world’s best magazine has removed its archives (since 2007) from behind the paywall. Here’s the best New Yorker baseball writing.
It’s never too late to say you’re sorry (that you posted the Hit List late).
Ben and Sam banter about banning the shift, then discuss the way the Astros’ draft deadline went down.
Extra [innings], extra [innings], read all about it!
Eyes on Tyler Duffey, Daniel Norris, Henry Owens, Michael Papi, Blake Swihart, and Dalton Pompey.
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including the Twins’ Eddie Rosario and the Pirates’ Tyler Glasnow.
The Astros had a plan that was too good to fail. So good, in fact, that they left no room for what would happen when it did.
The Blue Jays stud has arrived. What does it mean?
These bullpen arms might not rack up saves, but they can help you pad other categories in Roto leagues.
The bad news for Mookie Betts is that he’s back in the minors; the good news is that puts him atop the list.
Running down a half-dozen hitters and pitchers you might want to consider acquiring before your league’s trading period ends.
The Yankees land one of the era’s most trade-rumored players, and the Padres’ return is, in the end, bitterly small.