This weekend, I threatened to quit my job. Not my baseball-related job, mind you, but a different one. Without getting too specific, I had an experience with the owner of the company that was unsatisfactory and his behavior left me with a bad taste in my mouth. We have since talked and patched things up,…
Holly and James look at two different umpiring crises, one averted; while Meg learns that Randy Johnson’s home theater has a name.
Patrick supplies a scouting profile for a player your team will draft today, and Nathan leaks the track listing for an indie-rock album about the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Jason breaks down a baseball player’s roast, Patrick attends a kid’s friend’s birthday party, and Nathan enjoys some slow radio airtime.
Holly on the iambic quadramater of Omar Vizquel playing catch, and Kate teases the new hit game show of the summer.
Nathan retitles those who have been improperly named; Jeffrey distills that old LeBlanc magic, and Jason tells the story of a man west of a house.
Kate tries to share the passion and excitement of Reds baseball, Matt explores the final moments of a lost career, and Emma ranks the recepients of the rage of Ford Frick.
Mary discovers a world delivered to Hitler by baseball, Kate watches a rabbit destroy the human facade, and Emma searches for Lithuanian baseball and winds up in Boston.
Matt ranks the current Orioles first base depth chart, Mary looks at a former two-way player and thinks of new ways, and Annie enjoys an old, familiar feeling.
The career of Aramis Ramirez, as told through BP writers past and present.
The key to getting Andrew McCutchen out.
Ben and Sam discuss their technical difficulties, Alex Rios’ trade value, and the origins of the surprisingly successful Pirates.
Our top-ranked preseason prospect makes his major league debut tonight.
The fourth installment of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
Ben and Sam preview the Pirates’ season with R.J. Anderson, and Pete talks to Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Pirates beat writer Rob Biertempfel (at 17:03).
Can Pittsburgh make Starling Marte more selective without hurting him in other areas?