If you're looking into doing a little research, here're some excellent sites for baseball info:
For Serious Fans:
Baseball America - the best source of daily information on the minors and the amateur ranks.
Baseball-Reference.com - player and team statistics, and valuable comparison tools covering the history of baseball
The Baseball Cube - The most complete career statistics database on the net. Includes minor league and college statistics
Cots Baseball Contracts a complete database of team and player salaries
MiLB.com the Official Site for Minor League Baseball; it includes a comprehensive stat database.
MLB Trade Rumors one of the best sources of baseball news, written by the beat writers who cover the teams
Baseball Prospectus - The primary source for the Davenport Translations and several other valuable sabermetric tools.
Baseball Think Factory Library - Provocative and interesting research essays on all aspects of the game
Diamond Mind - Baseball think tank, simulation game producer and showcase for Tom Tippett's phenomenal research.
Fangraphs thought-provoking articles, inane comments
and one of the most complete stat databases available
High Boskage House - A baseball analysis site that focuses on the virtues of the Runs Created and TOP statistics.
Retrosheet - Almost every box score in the history of the major leagues is listed here. Also lists notable games for each player.
RotoWire - up to the minute transactions plus an unmatched archive of player news. Requires a subscription.
RotoWorld - fast, free injury and roster news, often updated moments after occuring.
Resource complete 40-man rosters (and then some) for every team that
includes line-up order and positions
The Futility Infielder - Jay Jaffe's amusing yet informative website celebrating baseball's lesser heroes
Humbug - the silly parody of Hall of Fame writer/ESPN analyst Peter Gammons' writing style in his famous Diamond Notes.
ScoreBig Baseball Trivia Scorebig ticket auctions offer a quick and interesting trivia page, courtesy of Court Phillips and his AfterSchoolCarePrograms.com kids.
Cardinal Nation the best team
blog in baseball, written by one of the voters for the St. Louis Cardinals Hall
How a Batter Sees a Fastball An informative piece breaking down the science from the
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NFL Wonderlic Scores Take the test they use for the pros and compare how you did.
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