December 7, 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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Were there signs of things to come in Queens?
A look at the last decade's best and brightest
Two great dynasties battled to be the franchise of this decade, but which players are the best?
Which players reign supreme in the age of Ronald Reagan, the DeLorean and Live Aid?
That was then... and it was different.
Curious to see the less successful doppelgangers of the team from Richard's last column? Read on!
Which stars shined brightest during the days of disco?
A memorable 10 years, with players to match
No city has seen more memorable baseball moments than New York, but this week Richard finds some hidden gems
It's nearly Canada Day! Richard celebrates by picking the country's all-time best
Did the Golden Age produce the best players?
The 1940s saw the Second World War and the integration of baseball; did these monumental events make for quality teams?
Richard's trusty scorebook tells some of the best, worst and strangest tales.
The 1930s were a decade known for The Great Depression—but did that mean that the talent was in a slump as well?
This week, Richard returns to the best players of each decade. The '20 were Roaring, but is the team a winner?
Mets fans have not had much to enjoy since the move to Citi Field. Will 2013 change that?
Once again, Richard buys a pack of Topps and shares what he finds inside
History, as seen on the scoreboard at Yankee Stadium
This week Richard moves forward into the future and presents the best team of the teens.
Richard begins his all-decade teams in earnest. This week: the best players from the beginning of modern baseball history.
After ranking the best teams of players born each month, Richard looks at the best players of each decade—plus a bonus, which starts this month.