Links from around the baseball blogosphere...
Carrying a Team | Joe Posnanski
George Brett carried the 1985 Royals offense, providing 84.6% of the team RAR
Pitching (almost) always wins championships | The Hardball Times
There have only been three teams in 106 chances who have won a World Series when their regular season ERA+ was less than 100.
Wojciechowski: the Giants won the world series because Barry Bonds was gone | Hardball Talk
Craig Calcaterra with a well-thought response to Wojciechowski's claim that Bonds' presence hindered the Giants' performance
Is Scott Rolen Famous Enough For Cooperstown? | Fangraphs
Scott Rolen is Hall of Fame caliber; but will he have the same fate as Ron Santo?
Who's the greatest living player for each team? | Hardball Talk
Calcaterra runs through the greatest living player on each team.
More links after the jump...
The History of the "Greatest Living Ballplayer | Baseball Prospectus
Larry Granillo runs through the greatest living ballplayers throughout the last 110 years; Willie Mays has had quite a run.
Moises Alou | Tom Tango
"A broken-down Moises Alou was better than Jim Rice."
All Eyes on Harper | Baseball America
Some quotes about Bryce Harper from Nationals officials and Albert Pujols.
Career Profile: Todd Walker | Minor League Ball
John Sickels profiles the career of Todd Walker, once a very highly regarded a prospect.
Filling the void with baseball films | ESPN SweetSpot Blog
Joe Janish lists his favorite baseball films, beyond the box office hits.