Is the crack of the bat helpful for outfielders?
A little bit of baseball’s quirky weirdness soon will be slipping away.
The All-Star Game counts now. Should it?
Why does PITCHf/X seem to be more accurate than our own eyes?
Team shops and wretched excess.
One more entry to Fenway Park’s already substantial catalog of quirks.
Updating a particular slice of the record book that doesn’t reflect how the game is played today.
Why baseball fans who actually go to games don’t care how long the games take.
How the new commissioner could lead baseball in an effort to improve customer service at the ballpark.
This is one that everyone can wrap their head — and arms — around.
Even the big league team next door can jilt an affiliate.
A detailed examination of how easy it is for the ball to get wrapped around Fenway’s Pesky Pole.
With the Giants back in the postseason, it’s an appropriate time to examine how a home run comes to land in McCovey Cove.
How a minor league team, its town and its manager form an unusual step in the road to the big leagues.
Aug. 9, 1946, was about a lot more than night baseball.
There’s a rule covering how major league ballparks are supposed to be aligned. Few follow it.
Just in time for the holiday weekend, we reach back in time to reminisce over some more great throws.
The Miami Marlins have been executing a good team-building strategy.
Many ballparks have unique features. Do all of them affect game play at a significant level?
Old-school spring training hasn’t entirely vanished from the Cactus League, but with Phoenix Muni gone, it’s one step closer to extinction.