Believing you have it all figured out can be dangerous.
An in-depth conversation about one of baseball’s most famous fights.
Zack’s memories of his father mix with the drama of his most recent season as he and his team struggle to keep pace with the opposition.
Jonah Keri’s new book, on his beloved Montreal Expos, is a fantastic read for any baseball fan.
Zack’s team ties the game on the field, but inside Zack is still tied in knots reminiscing about his father.
Digging into “Baseball GPA” and “The Sabermetric Revolution.”
The latest work by Dirk Hayhurst expertly relays the rollercoaster story of his 2010 season, one which found him sink to and recover from rock bottom.
For the first time online, here is Jon’s SABR Award-nominated essay from THT 2014.
It’s never too cold for good baseball literature
One of the offseason’s favorite timewasters.
He has a strange name, but his story is worth hearing.
Through the ages and pages, one sport is least amended of all.
A look at the newly released book about betting on baseball.
It’s a yearly thing.
It’s a classic of early baseball writing, but is it reliable?
Rick Morrissey’s book is less about management, more about Guillen.
A look at an updated SABR classic
A good story runs into an inexperienced writer.
A review of Mitchell Nathanson’s work, which looks beyond baseball’s romantic narrative.