Archive for September 2006

Rick has the latest regarding Francisco Liriano, Matt Morris and more.

So often, it’s the simplest pleasures that are among the sweetest.

Elsewhere, Twins clinch playoff spot, Cards fading fast, and Dodgers, Phillies tied for NL WC.

A look at the changes in baseball at altitude in 2006.

Projections for prospects who earned promotions to the big leagues this month.

Nomar Garciaparra hit his second game-winning home run in the past week; this one, a grand slam in the ninth.

Trevor Hoffman tied Lee Smith’s all-time saves record, Barry Bonds broke the NL home run record and Alfonso Soriano tied a record of sorts.

Can A-Rod catch A-Break? Not A-Chance.

Bonds drove in six runs and tied the NL home run record, Chris Young almost pitched a no-hitter and Richie Sexson unloaded a blast against the White Sox. And Philadelphia remains a half-game behind Los Angeles in the NL Wildcard race.

In the fourth installment of a multi-part series, David finally comes to a conclusion on how size affects a hitter’s projection.