Why Red Sox manager John Farrell isn’t as paranoid as he was with the Blue Jays: Kelly | Toronto Star
In his two years in Toronto, that was Farrell’s M.O. — an enemy of fun.
Blue Jays World Series win 20 years later: Joe Carter recalls he almost didn’t re-sign with Toronto in 1993 | Toronto Star
Then one December morning at his home in Leawood, Kan., Carter woke up to birds chirping after seeing Toronto teammate Devon White and the SkyDome in a dream.
Closing time? On using the away closer in extra innings
Comparing the old school and new school approaches.
Sports Media Watch – World Series TV Ratings: Game 2 Overnight Third-Worst Ever
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The blackballing of Dick Dietz
Some careers end under mysterious circumstances.
The all-decade team: the ‘00s
A look at the last decade's best and brightest. Note: Only one Jay made it on this team.
For Reference: The Seven Pitchers Selected Ahead of Michael Wacha | FanGraphs Baseball
A comparison of Wacha's draft class
The Clay Buchholz Data We All Could’ve Guessed | FanGraphs Baseball
The Juan Guzman of Boston
Start-up Fantex To Sell Stock In Professional Athletes, Sort Of | FanGraphs Baseball
Seems to be a very bad idea.
TODAY IN POOR MANAGERIAL DECISIONS HISTORY
Baseball History October 26th - National Pastime - Baseball History
2002 When Russ Ortiz, who is tossing a 5-0 shutout, strikes out Garret Anderson to begin the seventh inning of Game 6, the Giants appeared destined to win their first World Series since 1954. The Angels, scoring a total of six times in the seventh and eighth innings, rally from the large deficit and stage the biggest comeback for a team facing elimination in the Fall Classic, beating the Giants, 6-5.