November 29, 2016: This Week in Baseball Writing is a weekly series meant to bring attention to some of the high-quality baseball writers on the internet.
Dave McCullough looks ahead to the 2017 season and determines that the Red Sox rotation will rely on familiar faces, hoping to repeat their division title.
Ian York looks at the 2016 strike zone from the MLB season using the de facto method rather than the rule book version of the zone
The 2017 season will be a test for Dave Dombrowski but one thing he will not have to worry about is the Boston Red Sox bats.
Dave McCullough explains why Rob Manfred should institute the designated hitter across MLB to modernize the game and unify the leagues.
Dave McCullough explains why the Cleveland Indians World Series championship dream was destined to fail by events that occurred before the team made the playoffs.
November 4, 2016: This Week in Baseball Writing is a weekly series meant to bring attention to some of the high-quality baseball writers on the internet.
Dave McCullough explains how Cubs manager Joe Maddon nearly became Chicago’s Grady Little after a near collapse in Game Seven of the World Series.
Pete Hodges presents our Game Six World Series recap in which the Chicago Cubs evened the series thanks to an Addison Russell grand slam.