My latest at The Federalist: why Major League Baseball should expand–to New York.
Two new articles today:
- At Hardball Times, I looked at what the “Replacement” in “Wins Above Replacement” means, and highlighted a few players whose careers fit the bill.
- And at The Federalist, I reviewed Hillary Clinton’s new book, What Happened, and examine whether anything she says in it meaningfully adds to the political discourse.
For St. Patrick’s Day, you might enjoy my latest at Hardball Times, “The Best Irish Ballplayers of All Time“.
Today at The Federalist, I wrote about the terrible no-good ideas coming out of Major League Baseball’s front office, and why we should push back against them.
On Friday, I wrote for Hardball Times about the men who have made the last out in a World Series. It’s a surprising group–take a look.
Today at The Hardball Times, I wrote about what it would take to hit .400 in modern Major League Baseball.
I wrote about luck in baseball today for Hardball Times, with a focus on baseball’s unluckiest team: the 1993 New York Mets.
Dominic Lynch and I co-authored a piece on baseball players, beanballs, and brawling today for The Federalist.
I wrote about how many times your favorite team should have won the World Series in this piece at Hardball Times.