In a world in which Boyer is a Giant, Flood is a Red, and Alou is a Cardinal, who will reach The Fall Classic?
In the fourth off-season of this scenario, let’s just say the trading action gets quite serious.
As Nixon and Kennedy seek the highest office in the nation, our three competitors seek the highest office in the National League.
It’s round two for the virtual triple-header. Are the Redlegs and Redbirds ready to keep pace with the orange and black?
Steve adds a new twist to the “Virtual Team” series, promising some epic competition.
What might Brian Sabean be doing to get more runs on the board in 2012?
Being overlooked and underestimated is the 2011 Arizona Diamondbacks specialty. Perhaps it’s time for that to stop.
Our Tribe bagged a flag in 1965. Can they repeat those tricks in ’66? Keep the fans in heaven in ’67?
The British are invading the pop music charts. The long struggle for American civil rights is taking decisive forward strides. Are our Indians ready to make this their moment too?
Is our re-Rockified Tribe ready to make Chief Wahoo say, “Yahoo!”?
Did you just see that? Did you see that rattler strike that bumbling oaf?
What if Frantic Frankie didn’t fumble the Rock and misspend the Cash?
As July turns to August, the clarity of the NL West finish is sharpening, and some emerging images are distinctly more flattering than others.
Don’t look now, but San Francisco reliever Sergio Romo is putting together one of those relief-specialist seasons that just blow one’s mind. Let’s put it this way: Romo’s going to have one hellacious Strat-o-Matic card this year. As of this morning, Romo is sporting a 1.78 ERA, but that isn’t his best stat. Not by […]
All right, in the interest of full disclosure: yours truly is the furthest thing from an objective source regarding this book. The author, Bill Gould, befriended me and I read his manuscript and offered him my editing advice. And more than that, I noticed a couple of questionable baseball facts in the manuscript, so Bill […]
It’s Camelot in the White House, and Wagon Train on TV. Will there be joy in Kansas City?
It’s out with the fifties, and in with the sixties. Will our version of the Athletics be entering a bold new era of competitiveness?
The American League leads the National so far in this year’s interleague play. That isn’t especially noteworthy, given that the AL has held the advantage in interleague play for six consecutive seasons coming into this one. But there are a few details about this year’s interleague competition that might indicate that the AL’s stranglehold over […]
In years three and four, will Steve’s alternative Athletics be able to climb the stairs out of the basement?