Three months ago it looked like the Orioles’ off-season signing was a failure before it even had a chance to fail. Not so much now.
Troy Tulowitzki is still searching for his missing production 11 months after leaving Coors Field.
Fielder for Kinsler was supposed to be the fix for both teams’ surpluses, but the 2016 season has put the clubs’ returns in stark relief.
Five years ago this summer, Jered Weaver signed a deal that would keep him in Anaheim through the rest of his prime.
As Ichiro steps on Pete Rose’s record, we deep-dive into his Japanese years to consider what he would have been like as an American prospect and young major leaguer.
A year ago today, Francisco Lindor was recalled. Since (roughly) that day, the position has gone from a dead spot to historically great.
The archetype of the slugging first baseman is over. After trending downward, this year’s cold corner is the worst it’s been in at least six decades.
Did Justin Verlander announce his resurgence in a Twitter reply?
Half the American League might have regrets every time they check an A’s box score these days.
In a lost season, getting Byron Buxton settled in and ready to be a long-term asset is the most important goal for the next four months.