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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Baseball Site! These are the top ten articles that your Baseball Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Designated Hitter Rule in the World Series
As the World Series approaches, this is one of the key questions I get. The general rule is something akin to "when in Rome, do as the Romans do". What impact does that have?
2. Baseball 101 : How Many Players are on a Baseball Team
Explanation of the Major League roster and several related topics. Those topics include line-ups, the disabled list, substitution rules and the Rule 5 draft.
3. Baseball 101 : The Sign Language of a Catcher
The catcher has one of the most demanding roles in baseball, effectively leading the defense. To do so, he uses signs to communicate with the pitcher and the other players on the field.
4. Baseball 101: Baseball Terms from A-Z
Baseball is replete with unique terms and specialized jargon. Here’s a “rundown” of those terms from A to Z. You can’t tell a jack from an error without this list!
5. 2010, The Postseason of the Pitcher
A look at the great pitching performances in the opening days of the 2010 postseason.
6. The Business of Baseball
How MLB teams are financed, franchise valuations, the Anti-Trust Exemption works, etc.
7. The Final Four
A brief look at the League Championship Series
8. The Fall Classic
A look at the 2010 World Series, the Texas Rangers and the San Francisco Giants
9. How Post Season Bonuses are Determined
With the completion of the World Series and the Red Sox sweep, was it in the player’s best interest to finish in four games? No! Here’s how the post-season bonuses are calculated.
10. Baseball 101 - Reading a Box Score
Here's a primer for reading that newspaper box score that may have baffled you.
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