Last weekend, as I cleaned out my parents’ basement, I discovered a notebook not much bigger than a baseball card, the leather aged into plastic. Slipped into the front pocket is a little card, bearing a signature beneath the words, “The Museum of Modern Art, West Fifty-Third Street, New York 19, N.Y., Vern Mittlestadt, Date…
Which teams have been best and worst at the draft? And will they be still be the best and worst next year?
Breaking down the Dodgers’ darkest timeline.
Ben and Sam team up for a simulpodcast with Carson Cistulli of FanGraphs and FanGraphs Audio to discuss whether the Yankees have been lucky, the best way to watch baseball, and the value of old scouting reports.
Do teams like the Orioles that excel in one-run games do so out of skill, or have they just gotten lucky?
Every bloop, bleeder, and swinging bunt that has contributed toward the Braves setup man’s .458 BABIP in 2012.
Philip Humber’s perfect game ended with a controversial call, but close plays to preserve no-hitters are the norm, not the exception.
Assorted thoughts on 2002 pitching