The second wave of expansion, with the draftees imagined at peak performance
“Let’s play three?” Don’t bet on seeing that again.
It’s never too cold for good baseball literature
Those were glory days… 1972 in Detroit.
All athletes are vulnerable, but this man was something special.
Reimagining some historically bad teams, with their players at their peaks
The Little Colonel on the big stage
He could field, he could broadcast, and he could supply a good quote, too.
When will we see the first females in these roles?
For the final time, we look at Topps in 1973. Let’s find out more about this man’s identity.
Tampering with the 1981 strike: Cubs in Comiskey, Bill James in Miami, dogs and cats living together …
A look back at a great also-ran in baseball history
A journeyman ballplayer has maximized his contribution to the game.
A look at one of the more interesting Hall of Famers.
Call him Selma, or call him Mortimer Snerd.
After a whole year of constructing teams of decades one-by-one, Richard is at last ready to reveal the best (and worst) from those squads
When players, and others, sign the ultimate in bad contracts
The illuminati take over major league baseball
A look at the greatest pitcher in Tigers history, Hal Newhouser.
He’s best known as a Miracle Met, but maybe that shouldn’t be the case anymore.