Hunter Greene's Elbow Injury A Reminder Of All We Still Don't Know
When it comes to elbow injuries and how to prevent them, there's still plenty that the baseball industry does not know.
Team Physics Trumps Team Chemistry
Team chemistry starts in the locker room, and when it's connected with team physics, it starts showing up on the scoreboard and beyond.
Sheehan: The Twins Are The Sleeper Of 2019
Last year, the A's stunned everyone and won 97 games. This year, Joe Sheehan thinks the Twins, teeming with upside, will deliver after a disappointing 2018 season.
Ringolsby: Baseball Hall Voting Standards Have Changed With The Times
Managers have changed how they manage, and Hall of Fame voters are catching up in their evaluations of the candidates.
It's All In The Prep: Where Bad At-Bats And Hitting Streaks Start
A list of factors that can make or break a plate appearance and lead to both hitting streaks and slumps.
How 'Bat Fitting' Took A Page Out Of Golf's Playbook
One manufacturer believes bat bags will look like golf bags soon enough, providing hitters multiple options tested and fine-tuned by using swing data.
From The Archives: Blame Ego Of Owners For No DH In NL
Will the NL ever realize the pettiness of its arguments against the DH based on "purist” grounds? Tracy Ringolsby asked that question more than 30 years ago.
The New And Improved Baseball America In 2019
Starting this month, Baseball America is transitioning to a monthly magazine. But don't be alarmed: We may be reducing the frequency, but not the number of pages or total content.
New Format Allows BA To Stay Focused On What We Do Best
In this age of power-centric baseball, we are emphasizing slugging percentage over batting average for our loyal Baseball America readers.
Where Are They Now? Jeffrey Hammonds
Jeffrey Hammonds was an all-star in 2000 with the Colorado Rockies, and is now a special assistant for player services for the MLBPA.