Diving into the details of the book on, and by, one of baseball’s all-time best managers.
Sometimes the truth is more mundane than fiction.
Sometimes the top hardware goes to less-than-stellar players
Was this third league from a century ago on par with the NL and AL?
A careful study shows that umpires are human, like the rest of us.
The book is a classic, even if some of its stories are flawed.
*Plus one Game Eight.
Is it about the best first-year season, the most promising career, or something else?
We bring back our traditional WPS Index to gauge the excitement of this year’s playoffs. You may be surprised at the results.
Five years ago, there was a new contender for the greatest game ever.
Poking a little fun in a superbly subtle way
Worst-to-first, and it’s counterpart, ain’t as tough as it used to be
Do long innings hurt no-hitter chances?
The dash for the dish is becoming a rarity — perhaps deservedly so.
Bill James thought John McGraw was an early genius with the bullpen.
The author’s annual baseball tour is all about — baseball!
Membership in this prestigious round-number club may soon reach a round number, too.
The NL Central was a very rare breed last season. Will it be again this season as well?
Does heavy postseason work hurt a pitcher the next season?
Do older players really wear down more quickly than youngsters as summer turns to fall?