Ball on a Budget
Beyond the Box Score's saber-slanted fantasy baseball league.
Handling The Marlins Infield Logjam
The Marlins have a glut of talented young infielders and a weak starting rotation. How can the team address their needs moving forward?
Young bargains on contending rosters
To what degree should median-payroll teams rely upon minimum-salary talent when building a contending roster?
The Dodgers' money is why they're winning...right?
The Dodgers have spent a lot of money in the past calendar year to acquire talent and build their roster. However, you may be surprised to find out that they've built the bulk of their wins by spending efficiently.
How the Pirates built a winner
The Pittsburgh Pirates have put an end to 20 years of losing by winning their 82nd game of the season. Through intelligent building and managing of assets, they have build a squad that is built to win now and in the future.
Petco's dimensional changes lead to Venable deal
The Padres bought out Will Venable's last two years of arbitration on Tuesday following the first five months of a power surge in 2013. The deal is a steal for the Padres and is largely the result of dimensional changes at Petco Park.
MLB's Least Valuable Players: 2012
Ryan Howard and Johan Santana head 2012's list of least economically valuable players.
MLB's Most Valuable Players: 2012
In an incredible season of baseball, which players brought the most value ($) to their teams?
The free agent failures of the Tampa Bay Rays
As the 2012 season stretches closer to its finish, I've found myself wondering why Tampa Bay Rays with one of the best front offices in baseball has so much trouble with free agency.
BtB's "Ball on a Budget" Fantasy League -- 2011 Edition
Announcing the 2011 edition of Beyond the Box Score's saber-slanted fantasy baseball league: Ball on a Budget.