One of the fundamental ideas of scientific thinking can be summed up in the phrase: "Correlation does not imply causation." That can be very confusing.
Scientists analyzed three years of major league baseball games to see if they could find a link between jet lag, and home field advantage.
Try balancing a baseball bat on your hand. With some experimenting, you'll find that the bat stays up longer if you put the heavy end up. Why?
A new study of baseball players between 2002 and 2008 shows that pitchers are getting injured hand over fist!
Ever wonder how baseball players react in time to catch a line drive traveling ninety miles an hour? Find out how they do it on this Moment of Science.
Have you ever wondered why some baseball players slide feet first and some slide head-first? Does either way provide an advantage?