Does it matter how hot a team is heading into the postseason? Continue reading Hot or cold heading into the postseason. Does it matter?
By Derek Helling Six years after becoming the first woman to coach men as a professional in the sport of baseball, Justine Seagal has elevated her craft to the major leagues. The Oakland Athletics have made her the first female coach in MLB history, inviting her to be a guest coach at their instructional league camp next month. While Seagal’s tenure with the franchise is finite, lasting only as long as the camp endures, she will be compensated by the team for coaching. This is another step forward for gender equality in an industry which has an unfortunate history in that … Continue reading The significance of Justine Seagal
Derek Helling is hoping for a Cardinals September collapse. Continue reading The dream of an epic September collapse
The Texas Rangers have a new theme song. Derek Helling explores. Continue reading The Texas Rangers have a new theme song
This year’s American League might be the most beautiful mess in the wildcard era. Continue reading The American League Wild Card could turn into a beautiful mess
Derek Helling analyzes the cost per win ratio of teams so far. Continue reading Bang for the buck: best and worst cost per win ratios in MLB
Fans on both sides of Missouri are seeing their Major League Baseball teams win at a higher rate than any of the other teams in their respective leagues. Continue reading We won’t see an I-70 World Series in 2015, but Chicago and Toronto fans should be excited
Where PECOTA got it wrong, and right. Continue reading Where PECOTA got it wrong, and right
The Royals have gone from one of baseball’s most loveable teams to a team fans love to hate. Continue reading The Kansas City Royals’ journey from heroes to villains
Derek Helling explores the MLB/MLBPA’s new domestic violence policy. Continue reading Has MLB truly become a business with a social conscience?
The lack of reaction is the best example of acceptance for David Denson. Continue reading The wonderful irrelevance of David Denson
Mike Trout is already the best player in baseball, and he’s still improving. Continue reading Mike Trout is amazing, and still developing