The Terps’ Greatest Baseball Player

In honor of Maryland making their second Super Regional in two years, I was inspired to look back at the greatest Terps baseball player of all time – Charlie Keller. “King Kong” Kel...

May is Rerun Season

It’s May, so baseball season is in full swing. But it’s easy to get caught up in the records and the numbers at this point of the season and think that things are taking crazy turns. The ...

Nationals Franchise Four

MLB has a new promotion asking you to go vote for the “Franchise Four” for each team, and for the Nationals, the franchise includes the Expos. Because the Nats haven’t exactly been ...

Nats Trade for Their Second Baseman

The Nats just made a pretty big trade, giving up bullpen mainstay Tyler Clippard in exchange for a shortstop, Yunel Escobar. Clippard is on his last season before becoming a free agent, and is set to...

Envisioning Southern MLB Expansion

Improving relations between Cuba and the US will probably have a lasting affect on baseball in both countries. Buster Olney wrote a very interesting piece on how things might change. He also touched ...

All Good with Destin Hood

The Nats aren’t too prospect-rich these days – while they have one of the best in all of baseball in Lucas Giolito, as you go down their list it gets thin pretty quick. But one guy weR...

Going Through ESPN’s Hall of 100

Yesterday, ESPN came out with their Hall of 100, a neat idea where they basically try to name the 100 best player in baseball history. It was an update from one they did last year, so maybe that̵...

Saber Madness… ERA, the Gateway Stat

ERA is such a great stat. It’s one of the earliest we learn when we are first absorbing the overwhelming power of numbers in baseball. It’s right up there with batting average and home ru...

Youth was Served with Past Manager Hires

The Nationals are looking to hire another manager, as you may have heard. There isn’t a known single frontrunner at this point, although Brad Ausmus, Matt Williams, Trent Jewett and Randy Knorr...