Determining what a hustle play looks like, and then watching the best ones.
The NL results of the 21st-annual Internet Baseball Awards are in, and the winners include a few of the season’s best stories.
Jason reviews some narrow aspects of the 2012 season.
The National League’s best offense takes on the National League’s best record.
Ben and Sam join/are joined by Carson Cistulli of FanGraphs for a longest-ever episode about the worst predictions teams and players made about themselves, Bryce Harper’s historical significance, and the baseball players who led the league in our hearts in 2012. We talked for almost an hour, so adjust your commutes accordingly.
The Diamondbacks’ playoff odds hit zero, and exactly half the league is now out of it.
The Angels (18.3 percent playoff odds) and Dodgers (3.4 percent) are still hanging in it.
Celebrating the achievements of Brett Wallace, Matt Harvey, Bryce Harper and the non-achievements of the Seattle Mariners.
Did you hear about the baseball stuff? Oh man so much baseball stuff!
Ben and Sam discuss the possibility that the Nationals might enter the playoffs without either Bryce Harper or Stephen Strasburg, then talk about how the White Sox have defied injuries yet again and proved the pre-season predictions wrong.
What would happen if dogs played baseball? If there were a real Draft Derby? Join the world of the whimsy and find out!
There were 45 games played this weekend and Matt watched every single one.
You don’t have to be old to be lousy.
Scouts explain why they prefer Mike Trout to Bryce Harper, and a conversation with Bud Selig.
Rangers at the top, Cubs at the bottom, awesome Pablo Sandoval factoid in the middle.