May 21, 2013
And here's the full roster.
Now availableHardball Times Baseball Annual 2013, with 300 pages of great content. It's also available on Amazon and Kindle. Read more about it here.
Or you can search by:
THT E-bookThird Base: The Crossroads is THT's e-book, available for $3.99 from the Kindle store. The good news is that anyone can read a Kindle book, even on a PC. So enjoy the best from THT in a new format.
our CafePress store. We've got baseball caps, t-shirts, coffee mugs and even wall clocks with the classy THT logo prominently displayed. Also, check out the THT Bookstore. Please support your favorite baseball site by purchasing something today.
All content on this site (including text, graphs, and any other original works), unless otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
About Brian BorawskiBrian Borawski is a member of SABR's Business of Baseball Committee and writes about the Detroit Tigers at his own website, TigerBlog.
Note: This page displays up to 200 articles at a time. To view a subset of a writer's work, click on one of the following years:
2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004
Brian Borawski's Articles
Click here to view an RSS feed of this writer's articles.
Minor league news and BALCO leaks
MLB Advanced Media strikes back, and Angelos refuses to sell.
Free agent inflation and the Royals' new TV deal.
More on the CBA and a look at Cisco Field
Manager merry-go-round comes to an end and a talk with Andrew Zimbalist
Mets ground breaking and the manager merry go round winds down
MLB in China and more details on the CBA
World Series ratings and more details on the new Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Jeff Weaver pitches the Cardinals to their first World Series since 1982
The Cardinals are now one win away from winning the World Series.
A new CBA and postseason ratings
The Tigers even up their series with the Cardinals behind another strong outing by Kenny Rogers
The Athletics are shut out and now have their backs against the wall
The Tigers take game one in the ALCS.
The Tigers blow out the Yankees to move on to the ALCS
The Tigers take a pivotal Game 3 with a five-hit shutout
A look at attendance around the league
Will the Tigers get their revenge for 1961?
More D.C. stadium news and some teams change minor league affiliates
Twins stadium on track and the Orioles bail out of D.C.
Introducing the SlingBox and the Cubs hit new lows.
An update on the CBA negotations and the Tigers' minor league purge
Jeffrey Loria speaks out and life in baseball without greenies
Minor league news and the Marlins are still looking for a handout
D.C. parking and the Dodgers cash in on their winning season
Fantasy baseball and Comcast deals with MASN
Washington Nationals news and the new Yankee Stadium clears final hurdles
MLB and Fox agree on a TV deal and Doug Mientkiewicz speaks out
Contracts and Front Office News
Baseball teams for sale and D.C. parking lots
Blackouts and Tiger Stadium.
All-Star Games and New York Mayors
A piece of history is stolen, and the Nationals look to cash in on their new stadium.
Anaheim goes back to court and the Devil Rays stay the Devil Rays.
Carl Pohlad's lucky day and trouble in Seattle
Brian examines the Tigers' hot start.
Twins' stadium bill moves forward and a Royal housecleaning
Twins stadium news and the Nationals have an owner.
The Nationals get closer to a new owner and a look at MLB franchise values.
Astros sue and San Antonio plays hardball
Astros insurance claims and Kansas City stadium issues.
More of the same for Tigers fans this year with some optimism for the future.
Tiger Stadium demo and baseball goes to Europe
MLB and D.C. agree on a lease.
Braves sale breakdown and a new Yankee Stadium clears a hurdle
Frank McCourt settles up, and trip to Fantasyland.
The Angels win a court battle, and the D.C. council members agree on a lease.
D.C. council votes down lease agreement and more....
D.C. Stadium Lease Agreement and Theo Returns
Bagwell is left out to dry, and the new Reds owner makes a statement.
The White Sox sell out, and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim jury trial begins.
Anaheim/Angels court battle begins and the Marlins hit the road.
Bob DuPuy's tantrum and stadium resolutions