The Angels shortstop steals second when nobody is looking.
Do runners perform worse when they’re inserted late in games?
How the Mets became by far the best baserunning team in baseball.
Some pitchers are vastly superior to the rest when it comes to holding on baserunners. What are their secrets?
Juan Pierre is too old and bad at getting on base to steal this many bases. But he’s doing it anyway.
The better question is why.
Ben and Sam discuss the latest injury to Brian Roberts, Evan Longoria running by Ben Zobrist, and the speculation about a Profar-for-Taveras trade.
The 2013 Tigers will be heavy, slow, and probably bad at baserunning. How much will it hurt them?
Is it worth paying certain pitchers more for what they do when they’re not on the mound?
The best and worst slides of the 2012 season, featuring moving images of and jokes about said slides.
The National League East could come down to baserunning. The Nationals have the edge in the standings, but the Braves’ baserunners have kept it close.
Max crunches the numbers and comes up with the top 10 catchers of the 2012 season based on overall value both at and behind the plate.