A look at race and hiring practices for managers in the last 20 years.
Eyewitness to baseball’s (temporary) demise
David looks at how players at different positions have hit throughout baseball history.
This is gonna take a while. A franchise that’s destined to break the record for consecutive losing seasons can’t be turned around in just a few measly paragraphs.
All-er-nuthin’, not just one way, not just two, but three full ways … that’s the trifecta!
The man. The myth. The legend. THT’s interview with the founder, owner, operator, & president for life of Baseball-Reference.
Wheeeee, that was a fun deadline
The best day a home run hitter ever had
What can we learn from the greats? Today, we do video breakdowns of Barry, the Babe, Hammerin’ Hank and A-Rod.
This week’s Baseball Injury Report asks the important questions.
Aaron Gleeman may be gone, but “Gleeman-length” recaps of the annual SABR convention remain a THT tradition.
Sometimes winning World Series (plural) isn’t enough.
Someday soon, Barry Bonds will become the first man to hit 756 home runs. But on July 23, 1890, Harry Stovey became the first to hit 100. Richard looks back at his life and career.
It’s woe to the ‘Spos, Jays and Bucs, and glee to Chiefs Wahoo and Nokahoma. Bring on the mid-90s!
What happens when Afrika Bambaataa meets Mark Buehrle? Only the Secret Society of Crafty Soft Tossers knows for sure.
A look at whether a healthy Ken Griffey Jr. would have out-homered Barry Bonds.
Oh, relax. Bonds’ record won’t end baseball as we know it.
Schoolboy Rowe and Hank Greenberg both played for Beaumont in the Texas League in 1932. Greenberg hit 39 home runs and drove in 131 runs and Rowe was 19-7 with a 2.34 ERA. Beaumont went 100-51.
Did you know that right-handed batters have to defend a bigger strike zone than lefties?
Lefty, righty, loosey, tighty, it’s time for wholes greater than sums of parts.