There’s no better time than January to fix some of baseball’s biggest imaginary problems.
This week, a look at the best pitchers who are the sole major leaguers from their hometowns.
A look at the greatest players from small towns.
A look at pitchers who aren’t quite good enough to be the best.
Some of the best players ever aren’t even the best players from their hometowns.
David Ross got one chance to be a big league starter. It’s a shame he never got another.
Your favorite version of WAR might say something very different from mine. Who’s right and how do we handle it?
Baseball is poetry. This column is about baseball. We’ll leave it at that.
Five games left, but there’s still some interesting stuff going on.
I am running on fumes, but Shin-Soo Choo is back. At least that’s something.
The Reds, Pirates, and Cardinals can just about punch their tickets, but how well do they stack up for the playoffs?
Look, it’s a long season. I have to get creative to stay interested. Also, there’s a lot of Buehrle-tasticness here, if that’s your thing.
A steady hand makes his first appearance and we explore the artistic side of Miguel Cabrera.
A second triple crown seems at least possible, and Francisco Liriano makes a fleeting appearance.
How good is Miguel Cabrera? And how about that Mike Trout?
Whether you like it or not (and even if you don’t really care), A-Rod is back. Also, Miguel Cabrera shows us who’s boss.
My “Currently historic” column has spent much of the season tracking players with a serious tendency toward the strikeout. All this whiffing got me wondering what a team would look like if you took the highest strikeout season from a position and put those players in a lineup. I wondered if this team would be […]
We look at Yu Darvish, Mike Trout makes an appearance, and Linden wins the national pun championship for his titling of this article.
Be happy Pirates fans. Be happy.
Adam Wainwright, shockingly, is good. Also, Baltimore and Tampa Bay can pick it.