May 22, 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 Matthew CarruthMatthew Carruth previously worked for ESPN.com. He has a degree in Computer Science from the University of Pennsylvania and minors in Ancient History, Economics and Statistics. He currently works as a software engineer in Seattle.
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
Matthew Carruth's Articles
Click here to view an RSS feed of this writer's articles.
A look back to where teams finished last year in the Dartboard.
This week's dartboard is brought to you by ball four and hanging curves.
From looking at the best to investigating the worst.
Most Valuable Player Edition.
Draft picks are signed or not and most waiver wire deals are done at this point meaning it's pennant stretch time.
The dog days of August means all the contenders are dealing with injuries both minor and major.
The trade deadline has come and gone and several top teams made buys.
We come down to the wire on the trade deadline and some big bats are looming as potential targets.
First half grades this week on the Dartboard.
We wrap up baseball's first half today.
According to the Dartboard, the Cubs are seven games clear of the rest of the NL; while the Rays are five games clear of the rest of baseball.
The American League continues to surge forward as interleague play comes to a close with now 11 of 14 AL teams in the top 16 Dartboard slots.
The AL is starting to assert dominance again claiming 4 of the top 5 spots on this week's Dartboard.
Three of six divisions have a leader with a 10 game or greater lead in the Dartboard.
We are starting to see a big enough sample that the standings are becoming more or less stable.
Seven of the top twelve teams on the dartboard reside in the eastern divisions.
The three best teams in the majors hail from the National League.
Arizona comes down a little further closer to Earth but still reigns supreme over MLB.
It's still early, but some trends are starting to emerge.
Another week in and the standings still look vastly different from anyone's expectations.
The Dartboard returns.