Even Tech-Savvy College Coaches Have To Work Hard To Keep Up
After helping UNC become one of the NCAA's most analytically-inclined teams, Robert Woodard is now seeing how fast an old-school team can join the new wave.
Glaser: MLB's Playoff Proposal Won't Fix Its Problems
Kyle Glaser argues MLB's latest rule change devalues the regular season and pushes baseball more toward an NBA or NHL playoff structure -- something it should be avoiding.
The 20 Most Interesting MLB Players In 2020
Five players who are key to their teams’ plans, plus 15 more potential difference-makers.
Is Virtual Reality (VR) Training Baseball's Next Performance Edge?
Can virtual reality provide a training edge for improving hitting efficiency?
Ringolsby: Cooperstown Bound Ted Simmons, Marvin Miller Helped Shape Players’ Union
The Hall of Fame’s modern baseball era committee elected Ted Simmons and Marvin Miller in its December vote.
Sheehan: Combating Baseball's Three Biggest Challenges In The 2020s
In the last 10 years, baseball changed more than it did in the 40 years prior. That has resulted in several significant challenges for our beloved sport.
Hitting In 2020: Tools, Tech And Vision
Technology and the data procured from the latest tools are a major head start for this generation of players
Cooper: MLB, MiLB Relations Have Turned Ugly
A rift over Minor League Baseball's future figures to make the Winter Meetings contentious.
Ringolsby: Gerrit Cole — Not Agent Scott Boras — Will Call Free Agency Shots
Tracy Ringolsby writes that despite his reputation, Scott Boras is wise enough to know when to get out of the way.
Dueling Letters Highlight Dramatic Differences Between MLB, MiLB On Elimination
J.J. Cooper writes it's becoming quite clear that MLBs initial proposal -- which would cut 42 MiLB teams -- was not just a negotiating ploy.