May 24, 2013
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A look at the possible playoff teams.
Internet connection restored in the nick of time, somewhat.
The biggest margin of victory yesterday was just four runs and 12 of 15 were decided by one or two runs.
A week of games between playoff contenders have cleared some of the waters as we enter the final month.
One week later and nothing's clearer about October.
The playoff races continue to tighten up remarkably.
Best Players Edition.
Top Dog version, monetarily anyways.
The first post-break series comes to a close and we evaluate how teams have done thus far.
An abridged version this week due to outside circumstances
Things get squished in the middle and .500 teams go on runs while leading teams drop back a bit
There's a clear break between the top 10 and the rest. Check them all out in this week's dartboard.
I don't know what you are talking about, we've been doing these all along.
News, notes and links from around the majors to get you to the weekend.
The Brewers have lost five of their last six games.
A further look into groundball tendencies and home runs per flyball allowed.
The east coast, (and me), suffers through a goodly rain storm
Where we celebrate the ridiculousness of baseball in the snow
HGH != Steroids
The 2007 statistical feed is up and running. Go wild folks, go wild.
I can't write right now, I'm too busy writing
The links and general philosophy about Spring
One lone week is all that separates us from Opening Day
Next week even my mother comes out with a preview of the 2007 season too.
That's right, it's officially spring
Now with eight times more fluff!
Happy St. Paddy's Day Eve!
27 hours awake with just one hour of sleep. Warning: May cuntane speling airers.
Following up on J.J. Putz and other pitchers who in 2006 deviated from their career ERAs
I say goodbye for two weeks
The week is off to a hectic start so it's a quick edition of the links
Where are your links? Here they are!
Champions League play kicks off
A way of looking at pitchers that can supplement our current methods.
I really need baseball to start, there's nothing else to watch!
Your news for the day, screened for interestingness. Less filler, with a more bold taste.
Anyone out there? I'll even take fluff pieces at this point.
Have you been to Eastern Europe? If so, I could use your help.
There's nothing special about it, I just couldn't think of a title today.
We are less than ten days away from pitchers and catchers reporting.
Hey, Peyton Manning is now officially a Winner™.
Is it really already February? That means two short months 'til Opening Day!
THT Links snazzes up the midweek snooze fest with an invitation to provide help to one of the jazziest sites on the web.
You can almost smell Spring Training.
THT Links debuts.