Author Paul Dickson answers some questions on his new book about Leo Durocher.
A careful study shows that umpires are human, like the rest of us.
“I don’t buy any of that crap.”
A look at some major league managers who had illustrious playing careers.
Add stats-y commentators to indy-league ball, shake vigorously.
The old man as a young manager — when he wore a uniform.
The All-Star Game counts now. Should it?
Washington baseball success may have to go through New York – again.
The Cubs’ much-scorned experiment in leadership was a complete failure. Or was it?
In his new book, Big Data Baseball, Travis Sawchick not only recounts the events and people who shaped the 2013 Pirates, but also pens a love letter to sabermetrics.
Casey Stengel at the bat: Better than you think.
He was physically intimidating, a tall, strong guy, and when he got upset, he got very upset.
Let’s examine Brown’s legacy a little more closely.
It would behoove Rob Manfred to treat diversity in MLB as a constant concern.
Taking stock of the effects of baseball’s brave new world.
We can’t get all the calls right, but there is a subset of calls where baseball can do better.
If rules shape baseball, the unwritten rules are the attempt by the players to shape the game as their own.
Could a team punt Game One against the other team’s ace to gain the upper hand for the rest of the series?
Believing you have it all figured out can be dangerous.
In the final installment, we look at Earl Weaver, Lou Piniella, Dale Sveum, contemplate how misery loves company (or does it?) and ponder the future of manager ejections.