The Chattanooga Lookouts are one of the 42 minor league teams in danger of going extinct. This is part of their story.
What the flags of NL East(!) cities say about the team; let’s respect Todd Helton, a much better athlete than Peyton Manning; ‘The Curse’
Oh my baseball was *nuts* back in the day; going from a little stitious to superstitious in September; recapping the 2019 NL East champion Miami Marlins
A poem about a joke about a fastball declared to be “boring”; it turns out Airplane! referenced a fictitious baseball game while you had the lasagna; if you can’t put a bird on it, how about a top hat?
INT. RED SOX LOCKER ROOM – JULY 11, 1914 The RED SOX COACH stares out a window as it rains. COACH: We won four times in April and tied twice. People are furious. My wife is trying to convince me to fake our deaths and leave town forever. Ah, what to do, what to do……
Two sluggers, linked by nothing but some time to kill on a Tuesday night in May.
A rising home run rate, a falling Gini coefficient.
What would Coors be like at other altitudes? What does the Bambino have on Statcast, and Taylor Motter in 2-D.
There’s not much to be gained by ranking across generations.
Spring training has become far more professional and predictable since its earliest days.
Dr. Chris Yeager: I finished my Ph.D. at Southern Miss and my study was on the biomechanics of the baseball swing–specifically the effect of the stride and weight shift in the swing. Based on that and my research is where I draw my philosophy and conclusions on how force is produced in the baseball swing.