Debunking the myths on why southpaw catchers can’t succeed in the majors.
How do we best get a handle, really, on the American Pastime?
Father-son duos are prevalent in baseball, but the “Bing” and Kurt Russell duo was about as unique as it comes.
Back in the day, the role of the commissioner was created to help clean up baseball. Baseball no longer needs cleaning up.
Can economic and weather data help us explain the drop in African-American players in Major League Baseball?
How do hitters go about combating the inevitable effects of aging?
The metrics for catcher defense have expanded in recent years. Are they all telling the same story?
In Chapter Two, the game on the field begins, as does Zack’s quest to remember positive memories from childhood.
Five years later, we take a look back at and update one of Josh Kalk’s seminal works.
The latest work by Dirk Hayhurst expertly relays the rollercoaster story of his 2010 season, one which found him sink to and recover from rock bottom.
In this inspired period of baseball invention, design ain’t for dummies.
The real reason why Connie Mack and his sons sold the A’s to a Kansas City businessman will surprise you.
Last season, the Astros became just the second team to switch leagues. What lessons did we learn from the switch?
An initial look at identifying baseball’s most argumentative managers.
Introducing pBABIP, a stat that simplifies the process of predicting batting average on balls in play.