When and how do you say goodbye to baseball?; Tetsuya Naito is a champion Japanese wrestler who loves his baseball analogies; how to be a Tigers fan without never going near Michigan
It would be sad if Mookie Betts was traded, and pretty insulting if he isn’t able to be; the MLB Draft is moving to Omaha and now we might actually watch it!; the bone-chilling tale of leaving a baseball game too early. *Twice*.
What players and fans owe each other; the Padres are finally rectifying Steve Garvey’s wrong; remakes are bad but the “A League of Their Own” one has to, better be, good
One of the unintended consequences of baseball being a sport of hats is that we can’t really tell if someone is losing their hair. Growing up, the first time this jarred me was seeing David Justice. I always saw him either hatted or helmeted, and the assumption in the back of my formative mind is,…
I was seven years old sitting rapt and cross-legged in front of a TV so old you needed to stand up and turn the dial every time you wanted to change the channel. There was zero chance anyone in my family was going to change the station that day, though. We were watching my cousin…
If you were starting a team from scratch today, without salary or service-time considerations, who should you pick first?
PECOTA helps pick the best player in baseball for each age group.
Last season, the Dodgers lost the World Series in the early days of November. They lost after drawing the series out to its full seven games, wringing every ounce of drama and emotion they could out of it — so much so that the defining seventh game was itself anemic, drained of any real conflict….