Not many people have heard of it, but there was this book a while back about the Oakland A’s. Anyway, Aaron checks up on some of the characters.
Bryan returns by analyzing the week’s transactions that include the returns of Nomar, Wagner and Boomer.
Random thoughts on Mark Prior, Mike Mussina, Ken Harvey, Scott Williamson, Derek Jeter, and the race for the major awards.
The 2004 draft is over, and Matthew is already looking ahead to 2005. He sits down with 20-year-old Wichita State ace Mike Pelfrey, arguably the best pitcher in next year’s draft.
Ben takes a look at the closer situation for all 30 teams.
Aaron crunches the numbers from this week’s draft and finds some things that might surprise you.
Dave’s last article on managerial strategies sparked a couple of e-mails that sparked some more research that sparked this article.
With their rightfielders chosen last week, Aaron and Craig move to centerfielders in their 24-and-under draft.
Boston and New York have two of the best records in all of baseball, but both have problems galore. And the world’s smallest violin plays on…
The Minnesota Twins were like Jekyll and Hyde in April and May. Aaron takes a look at exactly what happened.
Dave looks at this year’s managers, and how often they use their favorite strategies.
While everybody talks about how impressive the old guys have been playing, Ben looks at a dozen younger guys who have had a very good week.
Ben digs into his e-mailbag again and finds questions from people on the other side of each ocean.
Aaron and Craig kick off their 24-and-under draft with their picks in right field.
Old pitchers have been in the headlines lately, but Matthew takes a look at the old position players who are still getting the job done.