When Is Too Much Hitting Instruction Dangerous?
Armed with data, analytics, and science, coaches provide all the "secret sauce." But what looks good in the cage doesn't always translate to results on the field.
Ringolsby: The Baseball Hall's Incomplete Managerial Picture
The managerial inductees to the Hall of Fame may be the least refined process. It is based so much on won-lost record, but does that really supply the best gauge of a manager’s ability?
Crasnick: Harold Baines Has Friends In High Places
We should feel happy for Harold Baines. But the Era Committee is risking the Hall's credibility if it cannot put personal agendas aside, Jerry Crasnick writes.
5 MLB Prospects Who Could Move Quickly In 2019
While initially it may appear unlikely, these five MLB prospects all have a shot at a big league debut in 2019.
Tech Has Transformed Hitting Coaching Faster Than Expected
The data revolution that revolutionized pitching over the course of two decades has revolutionized hitting instruction in a couple of years.
Could Your Best Mental Skills Coach Be In The Mirror?
It starts with a simple premise: You create your perception and experience life from the inside-out, not the outside-in.
Brodie Van Wagenen Is The Mets' Agent Of Change
Brodie Van Wagenen wasted no time making his first major trade as New York Mets GM. But will it pay off?
We Tried To Imagine A World Without Baseball And It Wasn't Fun
Mookie Betts the bowler? Vin Scully the golf announcer? The world would be much different without our beloved pastime.
9 Reasons Why Larry Walker Should Be In The Baseball Hall Of Fame
Larry Walker's omission from the Hall so far is a tragedy, writes Tracy Ringolsby.
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