1. Bob Gibson Had Nowhere to Go but Down—But Only Because MLB Lowered the Mound

    Fifth in an 11-part series examining the vagaries of awards voting. Returning to the 1969 NL MVP race (see my Rusty Staub article for more), we see a shining example of voter fickleness...

    Randy S. Robbins Written by Randy S. Robbins about 1 month ago 272 reads 0 comments

  2. Max Scherzer and the Greatest Single-Season Pitching Performances in MLB History

    With a win over the Mets on Saturday, Detroit Tigers right-hander Max Scherzer ran his regular-season record to 19-1, which would give him the highest single-season winning percentage (95%) in major league history...

    Jason Martinez Written by Jason Martinez about 11 months ago 7,234 reads 30 comments