Brandon Magee compares the first month of baseball through the lens of two very different teams: the Washington Nationals and the Kansas City Royals.
Brandon Magee examines the offenses of the Washington Nationals and Kansas City Royals, two offenses at exact opposite polar extremes.
Dave Archibald chronicles what was in his estimation the greatest game ever, a roller-coaster game between the Oakland Athletics and the Kansas City Royals.
Dave McCullough looks at the Hall of Fame resumes of active players like Texas Rangers outfielder Carlos Beltran to see how they stack up.
Brandon Magee looks at an example of a player in Paulo Orlando running inside the first base line and mistakenly thinking he got away with one.
Dave McCullough has no GM’s on speed dial or anonymous quotes, but he does have a love for the old-timey baseball notes column.
Dave McCullough shows that Bo Jackson knew baseball as he performed one of the most impressive athletic feats ever seen on a baseball field.
Dave McCullough performs a standings checkup as August drags on and teams do their best to deal with mounting injuries and tired veterans.