Brandon Phillips pounds his chest in self-congratulation. The Nationals drill him for it. Discussion ensues.
A Cincinnati Enquirer columnist dismisses the importance of baseball’s Code. This space disagrees.
ESPN the Mag suggests that pitch tipping plagued Ben Sheets. Sheets disagrees.
Getting to the heart of Dallas Braden’s quest for respect takes us back to Stockton.
Baseball’s Code isn’t just for players. Umpires and fans have their own sets, as well.
It appears as if Pete Rose corked his bats in his run-up to 4,192. Does it matter? Depends who you ask.