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  1. Praising Adam Dunn (While We Still Can)

    Jonah Keri

    There's a video that has made the rounds over the past few weeks in Internet Baseball Land. It's a compilation of some of the longest home runs of the past 40 years — well-edited, no B.S., just call after call of obscene dingers. You can pr...

    Blog | September 05, 2013
  2. The MLB Weekend Top 10: Does Anyone Love the AL East?

    Shane Ryan

    Like the man at no. 10 during the Dodgers-Diamondbacks brawl, let's jump right into the fray. 10. Yasiel Puig, the Cienfuegos Slammer (LAD-PIR) I left Puig off the list last week, and certain factions were upset. So here he is, in all his shiny g...

    Blog | June 14, 2013
  3. Please, Somebody, Beat the Tigers

    Michael Baumann

    Sportswriters love telling people how unbiased sportswriters are, and a big part of that is rooting for stories, not individual teams. That's pretty obvious. It's much easier and much more fun to write about an unusual defensive play, or a no-hitter,...

    Blog | May 06, 2013
  4. About Last Night: When Keeping It Lockout Goes Wrong

    Shane Ryan

    In case you were out living a life of leisure, here's what you missed in sports on Monday. Russell Wilson's last-second Hail Mary pass fell into the arms of ... well, it fell into the arms of M.D. Jennings, who plays for the Packers, but the ...

    Blog | September 25, 2012
  5. Sometimes in Baseball, the Mean Isn't So Mean

    Jonah Keri

    Adam Dunn's 2011 season was unfathomably bad. Never a high-average hitter, Dunn hit .159, setting the all-time record for lowest batting average in a season for a player with as many plate appearances as he had. After blasting 38 or more homers seven...

    Blog | September 12, 2012
  6. The Fall of Austin Kearns and Adam Dunn

    Sridhar Pappu

    They had to fall like this — each in his own way, but still very much together. One has done so in almost inexplicable fashion, with his inability to put a ball in play reaching astonishing (and nearly humorous) levels. The other has tumbled mo...

    Blog | August 22, 2011
  7. The Curious Case of Adam Dunn

    Jonah Keri

    Steroids. Whenever a baseball player suddenly falls off a cliff, it's because he stopped taking them. Enter Adam Dunn: 6-foot-6, 285 pounds, power-hitting metronome for the first 10 years of his career. Then complete collapse — one so bad that ...

    Blog | July 22, 2011