When I was ten years old, during the decade when all the kids collected baseball cards for three months, I had an idea. I had a couple of friends who lived up the hill from me. One lived in a giant house, the son of a doctor and a lawyer; I spent countless days losing…
What’s good for the league is good for you.
The easy thing to do is overreact if your team missed on adding Eric Thames and James Paxton on draft day. Don’t compound the sense of loss by making mistakes in analysis.
How much does a hitter’s performance depend on the quality of pitches he sees?
Ben and Sam discuss what they see as the worst signings so far this winter.
Shining a spotlight on the minor mental mistakes and successes that often go overlooked.