Byron McLaughlin had one of the strangest possible post-baseball lives, one that frequently ran afoul of the law.
Breaking things down component by component in search of an answer.
Scratching the surface of being able to accurately gauge whether a batted ball’s characteristics should make it a hit or an out.
Going into today’s MLB draft, a hint at what trends show about high school vs. college players.
Not all potential major leaguers can afford to test themselves.
Big Sexy is not a fan of issuing walks.
Add stats-y commentators to indy-league ball, shake vigorously.
Ten years ago, a backup catcher got presidential treatment.
Whether by design or thoughtlessly, baseball devalues its female fans. That needs to change.
Jeff Passan’s new book is both comprehensive and compelling.
Where should you eat when you head to the ballpark this season? We asked the writers who frequent them.
With the CBA negotiations about to take center stage, now is a good time to revisit this piece from The Hardball Times Baseball Annual 2016.
A visual look at baseball on the silver screen.
A look at how and why there were so many big underperforming teams during the 2015 season.
How baseball can hold two people together.
A modest proposal to revamp MLB’s schedule.
Which modern-day players look most like military leaders of the past?
Ted Williams knew how to hit. No, really, physics confirms it. SCIENCE!
Thankfully, this was not a record-setting injury year, but there’s still plenty to learn.
Whetting your appetite with some select passages from this year’s Annual.