Where Do We Go From Here? 2012.7 Other Starting Pitching Possibilities (by W.C.G.)

Is it time to repurpose the old acronym TINSTAAPP (There Is No Such Thing As A Pitching Prospect)? Maybe what we really mean is There Is No Such Thing As A Pitcher, Period. Consider the 2012 Braves, and what their … Finish Reading

J.R. Graham: I’m Trying Not to Sound Like Eeyore

J.R. Graham is certainly the Braves’ hottest prospect, and some analysts are even beginning to suggest that he might be the best. It’s been a stunning one-year ascent for the 23-year old right-hander, who was drafted in the 4th round … Finish Reading

Apparently the Braves haven’t talked to Jason about a long-term deal

From a Valentine’s Day story by Peanut:

[Terry McGuirk said:] “Money is not going to stand between us and getting it done at this point because we are that close. I’m talking about [the] long term and short term. I’m

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How Big Is Home Field Advantage? Part 5: Summing Up (by JonathanF)

I started this little excursion to try and figure out why baseball has such a small home field advantage. I had a theory that I could explain it through baseball’s differential travel behavior. That hypothesis failed pretty miserably. But I … Finish Reading