At the end of 2010, Project Cobb signed off a productive year of baseball history research with the launch of an archive of national champions of British baseball. This is being jointly collated by Josh Chetwynd, Mark Tobin, and me (Mark’s British Baseball Data website already holds a fair chunk of the information presented). On launch, the archive […]
Archive | March, 2011
For the first time since 2008, a UK broadcaster will be bringing us live MLB coverage as the season gets underway. Baseball returns to BBC 5 Live Sports Extra today with the Detroit Tigers facing the New York Yankees from 6 p.m
Opening Day is almost here, so it’s time for us to offer our predictions on how the 2011 MLB season will play out
The Tampa Bay Rays beat the odds by winning the East in 2010. After losing several key players over the offseason, can they hold off the Yankees and Red Sox again?
The Minnesota Twins were the class team in the Central last year, but the White Sox and Tigers have every intention of putting them under more pressure in 2011
The American League West may have lost one of the best pitchers in the Majors over the offseason, but there is plenty of talent left in the division
Details of the opening weekend of the 2011 Herts Spring League
Following on from the post on Sunday, producer Simon Crosse has today confirmed that MLB will be returning to the British airwaves for the 2011 season
Details of the items in the latest set of additions to the digital archives of Project Cobb (the Project for the Chronicling of British Baseball).
The Phillies made the standout free agent signing of the offseason. However, the talent of the Braves and Marlins ensure this division is far from being a forgone conclusion