Recapping the action in Major League Baseball, notably all of the walking done by Rougned Odor
Karns is striking out more and walking fewer than ever for the Royals. Is it time to pick him up?
Mike Scioscia is walking a very fine line with intentional walks this year.
Examining which hurlers become more and less valuable in leagues that count walks and quality starts.
The latest on the longest season-starting walkless streaks.
How does the plate discipline of Dominican players compare to the league as a whole?
Are Dominican hitters hurting themselves by focusing on raw skills at the expense of a patient approach? And can anything be done about it?
How often has a pitcher issued 10 or more walks and 10 or more strikeouts in the same game? Not often at all.
I’m taking a quick break from writing my chapters for Baseball Prospectus 2003. I want to re-visit something I’ve already hit twice, because I’m a glutton for punishment. I wrote two articles where I took a crack at whether it ever makes sense to walk the 2002 Barry Bonds, first here and then on ESPN.com.