20 years ago today, Pedro struck out 17 Yankees; MLB has the other professional sports leagues beat in video games at least; Nico Hoerner is the lighting of the beacon, possibly the precious.
What happens if one of the greatest pitchers ever is given one of the best offenses ever? It nearly happened.
Identifying the discrepancies between public and private ballots from yesterday’s vote.
What would happen if several hitters and pitchers of interest faced each other for full seasons?
Jason finds wonderment, enlightenment, and Mayor Raul Mondesi at a showcase in the Dominican.
Teams know their own prospects best, so should it be a red flag if they’re willing to trade a top one? History suggests it is so.
Pedro’s flawless repetition made his unparalleled career possible.
Do pitchers who play in full-season leagues at age 17 or 18 often find success, or is there still no such thing as a pitching prospect?
Without getting off into a tangent on why the Reds backed off their plan to move to a four-man rotation, any Reds fan should be a bit concerned that so much is expected of Graves.
This edition of From the Mailbag includes comments on the AL Cy Young and Barry Bonds.