Steven Goldman

Baseball Editor

Steven Goldman is the MLB Editor for, and founder of SB Nation's Yankees site Pinstriped Bible. Steve is also the author of Forging Genius: The Making of Casey Stengel; and editor and co-author of Mind Game, It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over, and Extra Innings.


The Los Angeles Dodgers: They have well-toned calves

From Jackie Robinson to Fernando Valenzuela to the United Nations rotation of the Hideo Nomo days, the Dodgers have been famous for taking their talent where they find it, without preconceived notions about race or ethnicity -- and, of course, great legs. Here two of their international acquisitions, Cuban Yasiel Puig and Korean Hyun-jin Ryu, share an offseason embrace, lower legs bulging with well-sculpted fraternal enthusiasm.

Matt Garza reportedly signs with Brewers

The veteran hurler gets a four-year deal, pending physical.

Tanaka: 1 man CAN make a difference (but will he?)

The Yankees get their man, and maybe that will be enough.

All the Masahiro Tanaka strikeouts

All the Masahiro Tanaka strikeouts from last season.

Dodgers make the safest of $215 million bets

Money itself may be a form of slavery, but in Kershaw there is freedom.

Sorry, A-Rod, you brought this on yourself

Res ipsa loquitur, Mr. Rodriguez.

Time for the BBWAA to stop faking it

Being a day-to-day chronicler of the game does not make one an expert on baseball history in the same way that a political reporter who covered the Bush and Obama administrations is not necessarily an expert on George Washington and John Adams.

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