Also: the freedom of speech exhibited with (certain) baseball cards.
Meg analyzes the thoughts of eleven witnesses to an HBP, Holly wonders on the objectivity of journal-keeping, and Patrick creates a new form of fantasy baseball.
The origin story of Marlins Man, Padres Fall Apart, and the moral certitude of Bronson Arroyo.
Crawling through the swamps of Florida in search of a missing man, and asking the question: do ballplayers get bored at work?
Tales of the end of the world, and moments that felt like it for one man.
A cat who walked through stadiums, the philosophy of failure in the postgame clubhouse, a Cincinnati Red-based mantra, and the hacking of baseball.
No one will forget Jose Fernandez, on or off the field.
The 35-year-old right-hander calls it a career after over 150 wins and 2,000 strikeouts.
Can Giancarlo Stanton succeed without a good cleanup hitting behind him?