Pros for the move: Makes a "statement" Cons: Read on Published December 30 2009
Enjoy a three-scene play transcript about how the Houston Astros are run. Published December 28 2009
Installment six in the Hall-Worthy? series examines a pair of PED users, and a overrated pitcher. Published December 27 2009
Three players with hidden value. Published December 25 2009
Taking a crack at projecting the 2010 O's. Published December 21 2009
It’s a lackluster group in this installment of “Hall-Worthy?”. A middle reliever, a intriguing outfielder, and a overrated first basemen. Published December 19 2009
Without bias. Seriously. Except maybe the Yankees. Published December 18 2009
Two aces, and a boatload of prospects change hands, as Roy Halladay finally packs his bags. Published December 15 2009
The sky was the limit for John Hollis Patterson. Published December 12 2009
Breaking down the HOF credentials of a hawk, a cat, and a jay. Published December 8 2009
Who can catch up with the speeding hot stove? Published December 5 2009
Time to continue breaking down the Hall of Fame ballot. Part Two considers Bert Blyleven, and Ellis Burks. Published December 1 2009
Arjuna Subramanian is an aspiring baseball writer living in the Washington D.C. area. He started his writing with his blog Painting The Black on MLBlogs in May of 2009. He fell in love with the sabermetric movement during the ...Read More
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