March 27, 2000 | Stephen Cannella
Plain and simple, third baseman Corey Koskie was overmatched when he was called up to the majors in September 1998. Though he had a .301 average at Triple A Salt Lake City that year, he hit only .138 with the Twins,...
March 25, 2002 | Mark Bechtel
They smoothly field questions about their future—and every ball hit their way
March 07, 2005 | DANIEL G. HABIB
Four other general managers who, like Oakland's Billy Beane, rely heavily on quantitative analysis in player evaluations, had varied off-seasons. Here's a recap of what they did.
April 04, 2005 | Daniel G. Habib
Eric Hinske's return to rookie-year form is Step 1 of a plan to get out of the cellar
June 20, 2005 | Tom Verducci