Also: the freedom of speech exhibited with (certain) baseball cards.
Meg analyzes the thoughts of eleven witnesses to an HBP, Holly wonders on the objectivity of journal-keeping, and Patrick creates a new form of fantasy baseball.
The origin story of Marlins Man, Padres Fall Apart, and the moral certitude of Bronson Arroyo.
Crawling through the swamps of Florida in search of a missing man, and asking the question: do ballplayers get bored at work?
Tales of the end of the world, and moments that felt like it for one man.
A cat who walked through stadiums, the philosophy of failure in the postgame clubhouse, a Cincinnati Red-based mantra, and the hacking of baseball.
No one will forget Jose Fernandez, on or off the field.
The 35-year-old right-hander calls it a career after over 150 wins and 2,000 strikeouts.
Can Giancarlo Stanton succeed without a good cleanup hitting behind him?
Ben and Sam discuss how the Marlins’ lack of lineup protection has affected Giancarlo Stanton so far.
Doug’s review of the rookie’s mechanics in his promising opening outing.
Might the Marlins have been better off taking their act on the road, rather than constructing a new stadium?
A quick look at Jose Fernandez’s impressive big-league debut.
Ben and Sam talk about why the Marlins have put service-time considerations aside in Jose Fernandez’s case, then discuss Jose Bautista’s comments about umpires.