Emma writes some flash fiction, Kate tests you on your draft acumen, and Matt assigns representatives to all 30 teams.
James reacts to Braves players reacting to things, Jason has elections on his mind, and Mary tells teh story of a lady’s first ballgame.
David congraulates Birthday Boy Bartolo Colon on a job reasonably well done, Rian breaks down the Bryzzo Souvenir commercials, and Zack… well, it says it right there in the title.
Four stories of how a baseball game started, and to stories about how they ended for Ryan Howard and Jeremy Guthrie.
The Nationals started slow, but the Braves should be looking over their shoulders.
Ben and Sam discuss B.J. Upton’s slump and mechanical flaws, then talk about the impact an international draft would have on scouting.
After making quick work of the minors, Wood could make a smooth transition to the Braves bullpen, but his fantasy value depends heavily on the type of league you play in.
B.J. Upton is off to a slow start, while Justin Upton is on fire. But are they really that different from 2012?
The second installment of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
Ben and Sam preview the Braves’ season with Zachary Levine, and Pete talks to Atlanta Journal-Constitution sports columnist Mark Bradley (at 16:42).
Atlanta Braves Assistant General Manager John Coppolella kicks off our arbitration series with a look at typical team strategies and his own arbitration experience.
What a decades-old Mel Allen call says about the Indians’ long-lived mascot.
Ben and Sam analyze the Justin Upton trade and Arizona’s offseason.
How can we tell whether a player’s performance improved because he did something different or because he had better luck?
Things people said that look less smart in retrospect (and probably didn’t sound that smart at the time).