Bryan checks in on the weekend transactions, including a sign that the Expos might exist beyond 2004.
Robert looks at which starting pitching prospects are doing well in AAA.
Barry Bonds has been intentionally walked more than any team in baseball this season. Should something be done to stop this incredibly boring (and self-destructive) strategy, and if so, what?
Aaron does his best Larry King impression, and talks about everything and nothing all at once.
We’ve computed Bill James’ uber-statistic, Win Shares, for all players so far in 2004. You can find them in our Stats Section, and you can read a bit more about them in this article.
What happened to Montreal’s offense? Aaron takes a look at just how awful the Expos’ hitting has been and just where it puts them in history.
Bryan’s first look into the wide, unexposed world that is minor league baseball.
Joe takes a look at comings and goings of the last few days.
Ben’s list of hot hitters includes an infielder at every position and his list of cold hitters is headlined by an unexpected name.
Larry responds to some of your comments about last week’s column. Sorry, nothing from Buster Olney here.
With 20% of the season completed, Aaron takes a look at what Bonds, Beltran, Podesdnik and others are on pace for.
Ben looks into his mailbag yet again to answer questions, and finds a couple regarding some interesting 2-for-1 trades.
Vinay tackles the obvious follow-up question from Billy Beane’s infamous lament, and the results may surprise you.
A quick graphical look at this year’s version of the Anaheim Angels.
Ben takes a look around the league and finds several pitchers who have been big surprises so far this season, including one pitcher who’s had to work a mile above sea level.