Now that they’re under new management, can the Reds look forward to being a little healthier than they were last year?
If the Royals don’t have any hope of competing in 2006, can fans at least look forward to seeing the team’s regulars stay in the lineup?
The Brewers are a team on the rise, and their health has been a big part of that.
Many of the Twins’ big bats will need to be monitored closely–their place in the AL Central depends on it.
We recap the recent Battle of Champions Series, name the series MVP, and see what we’ve learned.
The Battle of Champions comes to an end, with the Chicago White Sox reigning supreme.
Impervious to an all-sushi diet, the White Sox bring the Marines within one game of elimination.
The third game of the series saw the second big comeback in as many contests.
Game Two of our simulated series between the Marines and White Sox features some unlikely heroes.
Bobby Valentine and the Chiba Lotte Marines take on Ozzie Guillen and the Chicago White Sox in Game One of our Battle of Champions Series.
With an assist from our friends at Diamond Mind Baseball, Bobby Valentine’s dream of a Japan vs. United States World Series comes true. Dave Haller previews the upcoming battle.
GMs mull gazillion-dollar offers to free agents, while owners mull gazillion-dollar decisions regarding where to have their teams play. Only in baseball.
The MVPs take the stage, the players talk about the new new steroid agreement, and everybody loves Ned.
The Indians’ funk continued in yet another one-run loss, this one pushing them to the brink of elimination.
BP’s resident Tribe fan Dave Haller is on-site at Jacobs Field, filing this report from Game One of the Indians/White Sox series.