Is it April yet?
For some reason, there isn't a Gavin Floyd trade to read about, so these will have to do.
A fascinating, how-the-hell kind of story on former Colorado Rockies catcher Ben Petrick. He was a highly touted prospect who earned the hype early on before Parkinson's Disease stepped in, and how he had to hide its effects while trying to stay in the game.
Don Cooper reiterates his faith in Kenny Williams' ability to find a type of pitcher that the pitching coaches can work with.
Bruce Markusen uses a baseball card as a launching point on the state of Dick Allen's career. In this case, it's the year before the White Sox traded for him.
Chris Jaffe has a methodology to project Cooperstown vote totals based on the partial early returns.
"Over 80 years before outfielder Albert Belle signed a free agent contract with the Chicago White Sox to become the first player to earn over ten million a year, baseball already had had a 'Ten Million' ballplayer."