Sandy Koufax and Pedro Martinez have now pitched virtually the same number of innings–2324 for Sandy, 2311 for Pedro. Koufax was 165-87 with an ERA+ of 131. (A league average ERA+ in a neutral p
So what to make of this? I think Tobias is basically right about omnibus films in general: they are almost always better on paper than in practice, and sometimes they’re pretty questionable on p
This looks cool. I may have to reconsider my blanket prohibition on reality TV.
Via USS Mariner, here is an excellent Forbes article on the financial situation of the Seattle Mariners. As successful as the team is, nobody in management really likes to talk about it. Mariners Pres
Halfway through my lecture on the history of US-China foreign relations yesterday, I come to the topic of the Sino-Soviet split. I reel off a few causes (geopolitical tensions, pushy Chinese, condesce
Heartiest congratulations to Rob on his postdoc! This blog can only be improved by a perspective from Real America, and by all accounts I’ve heard Lexington is a fine town. As is often the case,
Nathan Newman, Sam Rosenfeld, and Brad Plumer are of course correct–the filibuster rule in the Senate has been one of the most potent weapons that American reactionaries have had, and it would b
I knew Bobby Madritsch was a risk. I thought he would last longer than four innings.