A closer look at the impending free agents who have the most riding on a return to form or a return to health in 2013.
Ben and Sam discuss their expectations for Tim Lincecum and Roy Halladay after their disappointing 2012 seasons and struggles this spring.
Five hitters and five pitchers PECOTA expects to see big improvements from this year.
As it turns out, pitching from the stretch is not a panacea for what ails Tim Lincecum.
Tim Lincecum returns to the rotation opposing Adam Wainwright in a matchup that’s too close for PECOTA to call.
The Giants finally score some runs, and even the series against the Reds.
If Oliver Perez can start in the postseason, surely Tim Lincecum can too.
Ben and Sam discuss the Giants’ starting rotation and decide what it would take to trust Barry Zito, then talk about how they decide which teams to root for.
Some teams are good, some are bad, but as a group they’re .500.
Did you hear about the baseball stuff? Oh man so much baseball stuff!
Rangers at the top, Padres at the bottom, extremely important Xavier Nady factoid in the middle.
Josh Hamilton is nearly twice as likely to hit a home run as he is to draw an unintentional walk.
Google’s biographic pictures of baseball players aren’t always what you expect.
Can the Astros break out of 0 percent playoff odds?
A primer on how pitchers produce movement and vary velocity by gripping and releasing their pitches.