Three tales of creation: Holly with a Dial-An-Art service, James with the hellscape of tomorrow, and Meg with the psychological evaluation of a strike zone.
The Astros manager and former major leaguer talks white balance, belt loops, brains, coffee, psychology, career tracks, showing up Kevin Mitchell, and draft negotiations.
How do pitchers react in the immediate aftermath of a homer?
What teams (and other researchers) can do to find out what makes their prospects tick.
How reading a pitcher is like reading a book, and why being self-conscious can make you bad at baseball.
What can the staff psychologist/stathead learn from the way our prospect expert describes players’ problems?
Closers are unusually erratic when they’re faced with an unexpected save situation, but are they any less effective?