A lifetime prepares Brandon Guyer for a single moment; the Giants are euphemized; and Craig Gentry overcomes your indifference.
Emma tells the stories of the confrontations that didn’t happen, while Kate celebrates baseball celebrating the Simpsons.
A collection of poems of celebration, and an online auction one would rather never see.
Mac Williamson feels like baseball.
What would managers and catchers chat about if they had NFL-style headsets?
The enigmatic left-hander has thrown that beautiful curve for the last time.
How do the Giants continue to produce major leaguers who outperform their perceived ceilings?
Classifying the fans you’ll see in the stands for the next three games of the World Series.
The Nationals started slow, but the Braves should be looking over their shoulders.
A Scutaro hot streak and slump explain why the “good luck” and “bad luck” narratives don’t always make sense.
Ben and Sam discuss the situation surrounding Barry Zito’s contract for 2014, and the Royals’ hot, small-sample start.
The Giants lock up Buster Posey for almost a decade, and the Diamondbacks give Paul Goldschmidt five more years.
The second installment of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
The 2012 World Champions stopped by the Royals’ facility in Surprise last week, providing our first PITCHf/x view of four prospects’ stuff.
Ben and Sam preview the Giants’ season with Ian Miller and Josh Shepardson, and Pete talks to San Jose Mercury News and Bay Area News Group Giants reporter Alex Pavlovic (at 22:26).