The fourth installment of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
How many saves does it take to make closer money?
Is one season of 50-plus saves enough to make the panel pay Johnson like an elite late-inning arm?
Remembering Stan Musial, among the best in baseball history as both a player and a person.
The White Sox have a new GM, but the old one isn’t going away.
Wherever he goes, Ozzie Guillen attempts to be the center of attention. And we give him exactly what he wants.
If you’re fed up with overpaid and overprivileged athletes, the story of Jim Eisenreich might remind you why major leaguers matter.
If Anthony Rizzo fails to fulfill expectations, an excess of media attention will be partly to blame.
Bradford lists the 163 teams that he’s identified as top-heavy going back to 1950.
Inspired by the top-heavy Tigers and Dodgers, Brad investigates how well NBA-style roster construction works in MLB.
From Wrigley Field on Friday, Bradford bids goodbye to the Cubs’ fragile former phenom, Kerry Wood.
Are teams asking the right questions about pitcher injury prevention, or are they just guessing along with the rest of us?
Re-discovering the odd name on one of baseball’s most famous lists.
There are a lot of differences between the two parks in Chicago, especially for those trying to cover games.
White Sox unveil their new manager for his first home opener, Jim Leyland isn’t saying much but Kenny Williams is, and something is askew around home plate.