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Mike Emeigh takes a look at the September Call-ups and what teams might be thinking for next year. September 23, 2000
Division Spotlight: National League West
The Giants in the World Series? Tom Austin likes their chances. September 23, 2000
Cooperstown Confidential: September 23, 2000
Bruce Markusen takes on some viewer mail on a variety of topics. September 23, 2000
Cooperstown Confidential: September 15, 2000
Bruce Markusen relates an earlier effort to get more offense at the keystone position. September 15, 2000
Division Spotlight: National League East
Ron Johnson's general notes on the Ted Turner Division. September 12, 2000
Division Spotlight: American League Central
Mike Webber looks at the division's hopes for the Rookie of the Year. September 12, 2000
Bruce Markusen, Hall of Fame Librarian, notes the passing of Clyde Sukeforth. September 12, 2000
Division Spotlight: American League East
John Bennett comments on the blackest of black bottomless pits of offensive depression that Dan Duquette has acquired this season. September 5, 2000
Cooperstown Confidential: September 5, 2000
Bruce Markusen talks about Derek Jeter's defense or what some believe is a lack thereof. September 5, 2000
Chip Hart's Got Your Number: August 29. 2000
Chip takes a look at whether pitcher dilution has really occurred. August 29, 2000
Doug Drinen's Reliever Reports
Danny Graves and Keith Foulke for Rolaid's Firemen of the Year. Doug Drinen's numbers say so. August 23, 2000
Division Spotlight: American League West
C.O. Jones continues his obsession with all things Giambi. August 22, 2000
Sean Forman expands his "Prospectwatch" feature from the "All Baseball" Annual on his web page with prospect reports for every major league team.
ALLBB provides a tool to create charts and reports for any starting pitcher from 1980 to the present. We have over 80,000 starts in our database.
Jim Furtado, a regular contributor to ALLBB has his own site of, well, stuff about baseball.
Complete player, team and league statistics for the Major Leagues. We also include leaders in every major statistical category, and many, many other interesting numbers.
Retrosheet computerizes play-by-play accounts of major league games prior to 1984. Retrosheet´s David Smith and Tom Ruane have both written articles for BBBA. We applaud their efforts and encourage you to visit their site.
The Baseball Archive
The Baseball Archive was created by Sean Lahman, a ALLBB contributor. The Baseball Archive contains statistics from every major league season and a wide variety of baseball reference materials.