We enter the closing weeks of summer, and this division’s race is looking quite done.
Just out of the All-Star break, is the season going the way our predictions expected?
Nobody has managed to pile up more losses than this crew.
Steve re-examines five NL West interrogatories in light of 50 games worth of evidence.
Is it better for young players to sign long-term deals or go year to year?
Can six weeks of performance overcome years of inertia?
A great, yet little-known, World Series pitching performance.
Which active players have seen their Cooperstown credentials tail off?
THT’s soothsayers foretell this year’s standings and award winners.
The menagerie includes the requisite Panda, Baby Giraffe, and Freak.
The many ways Fred Merkle could have avoided the “Bonehead” tag
The weighty matter of big ballplayers.
Giants slugger is allowed back in the United States, but what can we expect after three years away from minor league competition?
Despite stars and a new ballpark, the windblown team wasn’t quite good enough.
The latest in the business of baseball.
Tim Lincecum dominated in a long relief role for San Francisco. Could his success lead a team to try it in-season?
Why has Tim Lincecum flourished since being banished to the bullpen?
In the middle of this year’s playoffs, the first of the new format, Richard looks back on which teams were most dominant during the days of just one wild card
A look at how both the Cardinals and the Giants have built successful teams.
In the case of Tim Lincecum, yes.