Might Austin Jackson have a Trout-like season ahead of him?
The second installment of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
Which players from this year’s crop of AL spring training invitees could catch on?
Which members of this year’s crop of spring training invitees could catch on and make an impact in the majors?
What determines whether borderline big leaguers languish in Triple-A obscurity or play a part on a major-league team’s 25-man?
An exegesis of Cage Rat, the Yankee hitting coach’s treatise on being handy with a bat.
How one form of music most mirrors baseball.
And the best stories begin with more modest tools.
A mix of weird and mundane at the Winter Meetings, from bats to Harold Baines to ball-washers.
Numbers play a big part in determining who’s a Hall of Famer, but timing, contemporaries, and other historical accidents also make their impact felt.
A visit to the minor-league side of the Winter Meetings reveals an organization attempting to step into the spotlight dominated by its big-league brethren.
You might recognize the way winning managers think: it’s the way we think sometimes, too.
The Mike Trout-Miguel Cabrera debate reminds us why the sabermetric movement was what baseball needed.
What can we conclude from the free agents who did and didn’t receive qualifying offers in the first season under the new CBA?
The Giants were a club fit for Halloween, but their colorful costumes couldn’t obscure their competent play.
The Tigers’ ALCS sweep of the Yankees offered a reminder of why the sweep is one of the most satisfying series outcomes.