The strike zone has morphed in a way that is less equitable to certain hitters.
The Internet of Things is a tidal wave that is starting to hit baseball’s shores.
Yes, it’s still early. But those wins and losses in spring usually are a harbinger of what’s to come.
In his new book, Big Data Baseball, Travis Sawchick not only recounts the events and people who shaped the 2013 Pirates, but also pens a love letter to sabermetrics.
How baseball’s owners have historically insulated themselves from the risks of the market.
In central Connecticut, a city prepares to lose a piece of its identity.
if you want to understand Statcast, you need to know a little bit about radar.
When the time came for peace between the leagues, surprisingly, the AL had most of the leverage.
The author remembers a chance meeting with Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart.
Before moving to Baltimore, the Orioles/Browns franchise often played to a nearly empty ballpark in St. Louis.
It’s been just one month, but already the skies are a little bit bluer for fans of the Astros. The question is whether it’s sustainable.
Is Kris Bryant’s eye color going to pose him a problem in Chicago?
The Players’ Tribune provides an opportunity to hear players’ thoughts without them being framed by the press.
A springtime movie and a spring training stunt remind us of why we love the game.
How to spread the word about sabermetrics, and why that’s important.
He was physically intimidating, a tall, strong guy, and when he got upset, he got very upset.
Putting together a pitching staff in mile-high Coors Field has been a thankless task from the beginning.
There are a plethora of potential cities MLB could target for expansion.
Laying out the framework for identifying potential expansion cities.
It’s easy to think of Boras – and the players he represents – as the bad guy, but it’s the owners who are the real men behind the curtain.