There’s a new list of recommended ways to prevent serious elbow injuries. Now, how do we implement them?
Think your team has a great clubhouse culture? That’s what they all say.
And why maybe they should more often.
Ben and Sam pick a perceived clubhouse leader for each team, then talk about whether teams should ever refuse to sign certain players on moral grounds.
Ben and Sam talk about whether Kawasaki being sent to the minors tells us anything about chemistry, then discuss how much the Tigers’ defense hurts them.
Ben and Sam talk about Tim McCarver’s impending retirement and share their thoughts on broadcasting, then discuss whether changes in players’ routines have reduced the importance of clubhouse chemistry.
An attempt to quantify the effect a good clubhouse guy has on his teammates.
Ben and Sam discuss Ben’s trip to Phoenix for the SABR Analytics Conference, covering the sabermetrics of marketing, clubhouse chemistry, knuckleballers, bullpen usage, the WBC, Kyle Lohse, and other topics along the way.
Do teams that stick together win together more often than high-turnover teams?
How one might go about quantifying the heretofore unquantifiable.
A range of responses from players, coaches, and team executives about the most important qualities for a manager to possess.
Ben and Sam reach a milestone (the 20-minute mark) as they tackle the topics of clubhouse chemistry and whether there’s more to Jeff Mathis than meets the eye.