The instructional hitting book by Jaime Cevallos
Steve considers a baseball novel that focuses on the hard stuff in the father-son relationship.
Several months after seeing his book, Evaluating Baseball’s Managers, published – Chris realizes a mistake he made in it.
A new book takes a closer look at a baseball hotbed in the Caribbean.
And we were blessed to know him.
Across half a century, the more things changed, the more they stayed the same. Two ambitious new volumes examine a couple of the more dramatic angles of baseball history.
A new book has Bruce Markusen thinking about beanbag chairs, key parties and players who don’t bathe regularly in this week’s Confidential.
Careful! This octogenarian is so sharp, you gotta wear gloves.
Baseball players’ long struggle for a piece of the action.
David reviews Lee Panas’ new book on baseball statistics.
The name is Stein … Fred Stein.
Steve considers a new book that examines an historic figure we tend to take for granted.
Here are Chris’ thoughts on the big new book about Mays.
Geoff chats with the Toronto Blue Jays right-hander and author of The Bullpen Gospels.
THT’s final excerpt from Chris Jaffe’s new book focuses on the current Cincy skipper.
In the latest excerpt from his new book, Chris explains why Charles Comiskey is the most underrated and one of the most influential managers in baseball history.
What Chris Jaffe’s new book has to say in his new book about the controversial late manager.
The first installment of a series of excerpts from Chris Jaffe’s new book showcases its analytical heart: the Tendencies Database, and also provides some fascinating results it yields.