Episode 19 of Stealing Home helps to ring in another new season.
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On this episode of Stealing Home, we look at some points of intrigue throughout baseball history.
Hello, everyone. I’m David Temple. I’m a writer here on The Hardball Times, as well as FanGraphs and NotGraphs. I also host the podcast Stealing Home. Stealing Home has been a pet project of mine for some time now, but now I’m happy to announce that the show has gone big time, as it’s now […]
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Take the total number of hits, and divide by the total number of at-bats. That’s batting average. It’s been with the game almost as long as bats and balls. It was adapted from a cricket stat of the same name. For all its faults, it’s still the standard measurement for a hitter’s ability. If a player leads the league in stolen bases for a season, they are the stolen base leader. Strikeouts, home runs? Same thing. Leader. But batting average is so entrenched in the game, such a litmus test for hitting, that if a player has the best batting average at the end of season, he’s not the leader, he’s the champion. He owns a batting title.
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Episode 11 of Stealing Home is all about phenoms, the young players we love to love.
In this episode of Stealing Home we look at the baseball history and present of the Windy City.
Like it or not, gambling and baseball are forever tied. Episode 9 takes a look at that relationship.
The games within the games — the card games, the simulations, and fantasy — are all highlighted in Episode 8 of Stealing Home.
Books are one of the best ways to immerse yourself in baseball, and in Episode 7, we’ll discuss many of the best baseball books around.
In this episode of Stealing Home, the subjects of art and baseball intersect.
In this episode of Stealing Home we take a peak at the uglier side of baseball, specifically violence.
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For episode 3, we go international, and look at baseball in different countries of the world.
In this episode, we explore baseball’s long and storied relationship with music.
In the inaugural episode of Stealing Home, we look at a topic near and dear to every baseball fan’s heart, the numbers. We learn them, we memorize them, we obsess over them, we compare them. They are the glue that holds baseball together throughout the years.