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.
Ben talks about getting the chance to cover the first two games of Joe Mauer’s rehab assignment in Rochester.
Craig’s NCAA adjusted statistics for the top 250 hitters, to May 30.
Craig’s NCAA stats are complete and available for download as .pdf files.
Aaron examines one of the most interesting teams in baseball history, who happen to hold the modern record for stolen bases in a season.
Robert looks at the arrival of the much-heralded Alexis Rios in Toronto.
Larry chronicles the dramatic turnaround of Captain Dreamboat, Derek Jeter.
Bryan’s second look at last week’s transactions, including a first-place team losing two big names.
What ever happened to the stolen base? Aaron takes a look in part one of a two-part series.
Ben and Larry discuss the seesawing nature of this season’s race between the Red Sox and Yankees, and why it’s probably not a good idea for fans of either team to get too high or too low just yet.
Bryan takes a look at a week’s worth of transactions, including one man’s quest to join the 500 club.
Aaron takes a look at the ongoing struggles of his favorite starting pitcher and examines whether or not the Twins might actually have a new second baseman … finally.
We’re almost a third of the way through the season and the Red Sox, as expected, are having a fine year. In fact, there are so many players contributing to the team’s success, it’s hard to pick a team MVP. Dave looks to Win Shares for help.
Craig introduces his park-and-competition-adjusted NCAA hitting and pitching statistics, and identifies the top 100 performers in each for 2004.
It’s May 28 and Derek Jeter is hitting .211. Can he still make a run at .300 or is this already a lost season?