And then there were three…
This month, Richard went to four baseball games—and counting. His observations …
Yes, they should.
While we may think we’ve seen this before, we haven’t seen a promotion like Machado’s in years.
It’s the Yankees and everyone else.
Looking at starting pitcher value through the lens of an expected wins formula
Has Adam Jones finally broken through or is his power just a surge?
Catching up on the biggest story lines and surprises in the AL East
A look at the posterior shoulder
Ten teams’ seasons will just be heating up, while the rest will be left out in the cold.
Reggie didn’t go directly from the A’s to the Yankees.
LaRussa won’t move up, but others will
In 2011 Mark Reynolds hit 30 home runs, but somehow was barely replacement-level.
Are brighter days ahead for forlorn Orioles fans?
Once strong, the Orioles’ farm system is now lacking.
Arbitration deals, extensions, and minor league signings dominated the week
Baseball is inherently tied to history, and a uniform will never change that.
The last New Toon Day for awhile…thanks everyone for all the support and fun!
Brian Matusz’s difficult 2011 season is surely a disappointment, but patience is needed, former Blue Jays can attest.
On April 2, 1869, Hugh Jennings was born. Through his life, he would be known as Hughie, Ee-Yah and finally as a Hall of Famer.