Baseball deserves a better system than it currently has.
Teams can achieve great success even when failing at an entire position.
Analysts for 30 teams no doubt are digging into this right now.
One of history’s most famous runners provides three lessons that can be applied to baseball.
Is Francisco Cabrera in some way one of baseball’s greatest players?
It’s harder to pinch-hit than to hit in the lineup. But does practice make a hitter better at it?
A look at some of the most prolific pinch-hitters in baseball history.
An examination of the potentials of batted-ball platooning.
Is it really the pitchers’ fault?
Overly long games are a real problem, but there’s ample reason to believe it can be turned around.
How good are foreign countries at baseball in relation to each other?
Taking stock of the effects of baseball’s brave new world.
The World Series went seven games, but it might not have been as exciting as the rest of the playoffs.
Reliving the Grand Tour on the Field of Dreams, and creating unforgettable memories.
Veeck—as in “wreck the historical timeline.”
The reasons for keeping a failing player on one’s team range all over the map, but the core cause is misinterpretation.
The reasons for keeping a failing player on a team range all over the map.
Diving back into the effects of extra-long games — before noticing someone drained the pool.
Does playoff success hinge on your record against good teams? The answer is a shock.
Some things the game can teach us when it goes to the 10th.