Are young hitters thriving in their first taste of the big leagues more often or does it just seem that way?
Lorenzo Cain may prove to be the bargain of the offseason thanks to his varied combination of skills.
Jazz is probably the music best matched to baseball, for obvious reasons: both American inventions; both solo players collaborating on a team effort, finding variations and improvisations within rigorous structures, and so on. But who is baseball’s suited composer? It might be Charles Ives (1874-1954), who recognized early that his dissonant, dissident music would never…
Rumors are in short supply, but at least we can always count on the Mets being the Mets.