Monthly Archives: November 2011

Favorites and Underdogs

***Disclaimer: I write a lot about football in this piece. If you only come here for the baseball talk, feel free to leave. There’s plenty of offseason baseball talk to come.*** I’ve spilled plenty of virtual ink in this space … Continue reading

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All-Era Showdown: Part III

In Parts I and II of this series, I selected 25-man rosters representing the best players of each 30-year era in baseball history. Tonight, they play. Using the baseball simulator at WhatIfSports, I’ll first pit the Pre-Babe Era against the … Continue reading

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All-Era Showdown: Part II

This is part two in a series in which I select teams representing four eras in baseball history and pit them against each other. Click here for part one. A quick note on the four eras before we continue: I … Continue reading

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All-Era Showdown: Part I

While I like to think this whole blog is just for fun, I tend to take objective baseball analysis fairly seriously, particularly when it comes to voting for postseason awards. I’ve had very little time to write lately, and I … Continue reading

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Should the Best Team Always Win?

Since the World Series ended, I haven’t been able to string fifteen minutes together to write anything in this space. I have, of course, had plenty of time to think about the Cardinals’ improbable run to another championship and yet … Continue reading

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