June 18, 2013
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About Richard BarbieriBorn and raised in New York City, Richard still lives there to this day. He works full-time at a large New York City government agency, a job which funds both his apartment and the many, many baseball books that occupy that space. But not much else.
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Featuring a limerick about Manny Ramirez, 10 important figures described in 60 total words and a story about Joe McEwing.
With all 12 teams assembled, Richard looks at their individual components and selects the very best month
It is just one week to Thanksgiving. Before you tuck in, take a look at the best players November has to offer!
Richard once again looks back on some of the worst games, this time for a whole new set of teams
In the middle of this year's playoffs, the first of the new format, Richard looks back on which teams were most dominant during the days of just one wild card
October is the home of postseason heroics. Is it the birth of heroes on the field as well?
As baseball approaches its stretch run, Richard looks at the best of the best born that month
This month, Richard went to four baseball games—and counting. His observations ...
August might be the hottest month of the year, but are its players the best?
After looking at some franchises' worst of the worst, this week Richard looks at July's best of the best
A few teams—and a few truly miserable games.
Richard makes the NY sports fan pilgrimage to the Ebbets Field site
Richard looks back at the best of June
Franchises, and the presidents who watched them win
May might be the fifth month, but these players are all first-rate
Richard looks back at baseball's best and brightest of April
How much baseball has a college freshman seen?
This week Richard opens up a bag of potpourri: all those stories not quite big enough for their own column.
It's Richard's birthday, and he presents the team to go along with it!
Richard buys a his annual pack of Topps to see what knowledge can be found inside
Can the shortest month of the year field a team to compete with the others?
Does Edgar Martinez deserve a spot in the Hall of Fame?
Continuing his project of finding which month is best, Richard takes a look at January's gang