A Windy City favorite takes the spotlight in 1972 Topps.
We have the data model—time to collect video evidence.
The changes may have hurt more than they helped.
A star-crossed career comes under the microscope in the latest edition of 1972 Topps.
Things look about right so far, though there are a few unexpected twists.
Players who made the most of their only season
A spring training ailment recalls another tale of injury and woe from the 1980s.
This week Richard opens up a bag of potpourri: all those stories not quite big enough for their own column.
No Pujols, no La Russa, no problem.
The Yankees pull another rabbit out of the hat, more players get injured, and instant replay (non) news.
A slow week in transactions, but the injuries are beginning to mount
Injury and suspension updates for Harper, Miller, Tate and Pomeranz.
A review of Campy: The Two Lives of Roy Campanella
Brandon McCarthy has completely changed how he throws a baseball…
Are we witnessing a historic rash of injuries to MLB’s biggest stars?
Behavioral patterns beyond the realm of expected utility.
Mechanics, uncertain data, fear of the unknown – commonalities, and how to build a better pitcher.
Or are Jim Leyland, Mike Scioscia and Ozzie Guillen Hall of Fame managers?
The latest in the business of baseball.
Somewhere, Steve Moore still smarts.