Archive for April 2018

Giancarlo Stanton joins a rich history of players booed by the Yankee faithful.

After more than a century of ups and downs, baseball seems to be settling on a “right size” for major league stadiums.

White Sox pitcher Ted Lyons exemplifies the pitch-to-contact era.

On the IFC series “Brockmire,” baseball is a character all its own.

How predictive are minor league stats regarding groundball pitchers and longball hitters?

Is useful pitch-tracking data available below the major league level?

A look at the teams of the past that most resemble this year’s American League clubs.

A look at the physics behind Bryce Harper’s latest feat of strength.

Another year of data gives us a little more insight into the consequences of Tommy John surgery.

As Cleveland and Minnesota kick off a two game series in Puerto Rico, the question remains of how the aftermath of Hurricane Maria will affect the future of baseball on the island.