Could you imagine minor-league teams making their own trades? It used to happen.
The 1960 AL draft contained a number of talented prospects and diamonds in the rough.
Frank Costanza wanted to know how you could trade Jay Buhner for Ken Phelps. Here within lies the answer.
Tales from the site that went from being on top of the fantasy sports world to bankruptcy in almost no time.
Could Bobby Abreu parlay a hot winter into a spring training invite?
Start with a ‘mutant super-closer.’
Chicago’s latest deal fits a pattern of strong, smaller moves to get better.
The Athletics win the busiest team of the week award with the roster remodeling
What to do when you find some coins in the couch cushions
At the end of our long and winding trail, will the Big Red Machine prevail?
In the summer of Jaws, which of our counterfactual trio will have the biggest bite?
While everybody was Kung Fu fighting, how were our ball clubs faring?
The ’70s are definitely in full bell-bottomed swagger. How will our counterfactual contestants fare?
Imagine if the early expansion teams had gotten to draft players at their peaks
Where were you in ’72? Let’s see what it’ll be for our hypothetical three.
Who’ll have the most fun in ’71?
What’s in store for our three contestants?
Woodstock, the Apollo 11 moon landing, and Midnight Cowboy. How do you like your chances in the inaugural National League West?
Join Steve as he embarks upon a tale of three National League cities, asking some intriguing variations on the theme of, “What if?”
Whether a baseball decision or a marketing one, calling him up doesn’t make sense.