A fond farewell to a good doggo, a better companion than even MLB; it’s about time they add a non-baseball talent and skills portion to the All-Star Game festivities; the baseball conversation we all have from time to time
The second annual baseball Chanukah song from Rob Mains; what the city flags say about the NL Central teams; let’s talk about Gerrit Cole and that old sign of his; “free agency” is not exactly what it sounds like
When everything else is seemingly falling apart in our lives, baseball is there; the beauty of BaseBallet, from Mike Krukow’s son; the Cubs might trade Kris Bryant and come on that’s silly
Gabe Kapler and Farhan Zaidi refuse to learn; the Astros lead one writer to make a shocking confession; a baseball advent calendar; getting Gerrit “Salieri” Cole to step up his game
It’s unlikely that MLB is operating in dark corners, scheming to hold down prices. Instead, baseball franchises have long used their size and market power to formally depress competition and drive down labor costs out in the open.