Archive for November 2019

It’s not Tegwar, but it’s cheaper. Your list of favorite players is certainly as good as this writer’s.

By the numbers, this season’s World Series starters are the best in history.

A boyhood infatuation with a ballplayer never went away.

Two books offer new looks at the happy face of a legendary Cub.

An offseason sampling of classic baseball writing.

Most years, advanced statistics would argue that the batting champion really wasn’t.

The division is on pace for the worst season ever.

In 1998 as in 2018, we found ourselves caught up in home runs and presidential intrigue.

A look back at when baseball collided with a tumultuous year.

Making good use of an irritating phrase.