A letter from home; never stop throwing; if Tim Anderson can teach kids to flip bats, other MLB stars could share their unique expertise with the youth
Tim Lincecum missed the 2017 season and performed poorly for three seasons before that. What are the odds he can find success as a reliever with the Rangers at age 34?
Bartolo Colon, Bill Clinton, and the arbitrary nature of the universe.
Appreciating the best of baseball’s nomads.
On the 16th episode of the DFA Podcast, Bryan, Zach Crizer, and Shawn Brody discuss the first blockbuster move of the podcast’s history: the Jose Quintana trade! The guys share their diverse opinions on whether or not the Cubs or the Sox won the deal, and how soon the White Sox could compete.
Released by the Braves, 44-year-old Bartolo Colon will try to make it back to the majors with the Twins.
PECOTA helps pick the best player in baseball for every age, from Julio Urias to Bartolo Colon and all the superstars in between.
Greg Maddux was on to something, whether he knew it or not.
Introducing new tools to evaluate command and control through the lens of strikes.
It may not be common to open a season in Queens with optimism, but it’s comforting for now.
The Indians bring in a few veterans, a few spare outfielders find homes, and the Orioles sign a Korean player, but not THAT Korean player.
Ross Detwiler threw 42 straight four-seamers or sinkers on Tuesday. Where does that put him on the consecutive fastball pantheon?
Does Bartolo Colon’s pitching performance suffer immediately after he’s been on base?
Clayton Kershaw gives the Dodgers their second no-hitter of 2014, the Royals run their winning streak to 10, Bartolo finds his bat, and more.
Life is about the journey, not the destination, but still: Does Bartolo Colon ever get to first base?