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May 29, 2013

The BP Wayback Machine: In the Slot

by Gary Huckabay

An early argument for robot umpires.

February 14, 2013

The BP Wayback Machine: Beating Eric Gagne

by Gary Huckabay

Performing a postmortem on a high-profile arbitration case from the past.

January 31, 2013

The BP Wayback Machine: Redecorating Your Glass House

by Gary Huckabay

The reaction when BALCO broke.

June 9, 2011

The BP Wayback Machine: Draft Pickin', Grinnin', and Tradin'

by Gary Huckabay

What are the implications of allowing teams to trade draft picks?

May 4, 2011

The BP Wayback Machine: The GM Starter Pack

by Gary Huckabay

What books would you most want to see in your general manager's library?

February 3, 2011

The BP Wayback Machine: Baseball's Y2K1 Bugs

by Gary Huckabay

It's our new turn-back-the-clock exercise, as we bring back past articles and arguments as a way to remind you and us of what's changed, and what hasn't.

March 16, 2009

Premium Article 6-4-3: Why You've Paid It

by Gary Huckabay

Circumstance and necessity can create some perverse changes in value.

March 4, 2009

Premium Article 6-4-3: I Will Sell This House!

by Gary Huckabay

Manny Ramirez, doom and gloom in the East Bay, and what else is going on as we move into the New Depression.

July 1, 2008

Premium Article 6-4-3: Adventures in Consulting, Part Three

by Gary Huckabay

When everyone gets it, active collaboration becomes a reflection of the kind of progress that's been made.

April 13, 2008

Premium Article 6-4-3: Adventures in Consulting, Part Two

by Gary Huckabay

Having set the scenario, Gary explains what happened when he presented the concept to middle management.

March 14, 2008

6-4-3: Adventures in Consulting

by Gary Huckabay

Talking to those on the inside about what might make sense from the outside.

December 17, 2007

Premium Article 6-4-3: Value Over Jack Cust

by Gary Huckabay

Replacement Value isn't something quite so fixed and abstract as some might posit.

November 21, 2007

Premium Article 6-4-3: ESPN and MLB

by Gary Huckabay

When the answer to "who's now?" becomes "not you."

October 5, 2007

Premium Article 6-4-3: Weighin' in at 19 Stone, Part Two

by Gary Huckabay

Gary finishes up his conversation with a pair of front office execs, touching on umpiring, agents, and slotting.

September 25, 2007

6-4-3: Weighin' in at 19 Stone, Part One of Two

by Gary Huckabay

A conversation with a pair of baseball execs on hiring practices and living the life on the inside.

September 4, 2007

Analyze This: For What You Are About to Receive

by Gary Huckabay

BP's founder makes his comeback bearing an unsettling message.

March 5, 2007

Premium Article Hope and Faith: How the San Francisco Giants Can Win the World Series

by Gary Huckabay

Gary Huckabay breaks down just how enormous a factor luck is in creating a winner, and identifies the areas where the Giants need to find that good fortune in order to have a shot at the hardware in 2007.

February 11, 2005

6-4-3: Farewell

by Gary Huckabay

One of our own says goodbye.

December 6, 2004

Premium Article 6-4-3: Redecorating Your Glass House

by Gary Huckabay

Focusing on the baseball players' use of potentially performance-enhancing drugs and the men who supplied them misses the real issues emanating from last week's grand jury leaks.

July 20, 2004

Premium Article Prospectus Today: A Night at the Park, 2004

by Joe Sheehan and Gary Huckabay

After not getting to a game for the first seven weeks of the season, I've been living at the ballpark since Memorial Day weekend. That continued on Monday night, as I took in the Angels/Indians game with some of the guys who have been kicking my butt in AL Tout Wars this season. Sam Walker of the Wall Street Journal, who is actually working on a book about fantasy, was in town and dragged me, Jeff Erickson of Rotowire and Matt Berry of Rotoworld down to Anaheim to see the classic Kaz Tadano/Aaron Sele match-up. Obviously, I love baseball, and enjoy watching games whenever and wherever I can. But a night like this one--or like last month, when I got to see an Angels/Dodgers game with Jonah Keri, Rich Lederer, and Brian Gunn--is hard to beat. Watching a ball game while talking baseball for three hours with people who know and love the game might not be heaven, but you get a better view and St. Peter gets a little bit jealous.

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