Today is one of those days where I actually have to put on my suit and tie and be a lawyer out in front of a court and God and everyone, so there won’t be any content at least until this afternoon and quite possibly at all depending on how good or bad court goes […]
Cardinals 12, Mets 8: Watching Oliver Perez, John Maine, Mike Pelfrey and, on this night, Livan Hernandez repeatedly stink up the joint after the awesomeness that is Johan Santana reminds me of a Superfriends episode in which Superman gets stuck having to save the world with just the Wonder Twins and Aquaman around. I mean, […]
You don’t need an M.D. to become a Roster Doctor, although maybe you should. A Ph.D. at the very least.
Identifying under what circumstances a pitcher will “waste” a pitch on a 0-2 count.
Because it’s never too early.
Painting the corners: How important is it for a pitcher?
On April 24, 1945, A.B. “Happy” Chandler was elected baseball’s second commissioner. Chandler served into 1951, earning himself election into baseball’s Hall of Fame. But that was just one part of a distinguished life.
Why the market can’t help us in fantasy.
Matt Hagen makes his Hardball Times debut with an All-American story.