Future research will reveal the surprisingly old school approach to today’s personnel management; the new year brings the same old bad teams; baseball is an ecosystem, always evolving (lasers someday)
What would a replacement-level valuation system for front offices even look like?
Chicago’s front office is richly rewarded in the midst of a 100-win season and they might even be underpaid.
The intersection of what the market will bear and what sports talk radio will understand isn’t always a pretty place. Just ask J.D. Drew.
How Theo Epstein’s job security has given him enough time to build a contender.
The A’s go all in, and the Cubs add to their prospect stockpile.
After being written off as a useful asset in 2011, Alfonso Soriano unexpectedly assumed an important role for the Cubs in 2012. How did it happen?
According to a transcript unearthed by Adam, Theo Epstein almost derailed the Dodgers-Red Sox mega-trade with a call to his old friend Ben.
The first part of a roundtable discussion about how teams in the NL Central will fare in the 2012 season.
The A’s make a Moneyball move with Manny Ramirez, the Yankees round out their bench with Raul Ibanez and Eric Chavez, and the Red Sox finally get what was coming to them for Theo Epstein in Cubs reliever Chris Carpenter
The Cubs finished fifth last season, and the White Sox finished third, but the moods of their respective fan bases don’t mirror their showings in the standings