Dodger GM Paul DePodesta is taking a lot of heat for the team’s struggles. But what effects have his moves actually had? Dayn’s got the scoop.
Dayn has a prescription for the Mets, addressing both short-term and long-term needs.
With no games being played today, Dayn has some random thoughts to help us deal with the void.
The Washington Nationals are on pace to have unprecedented success for a team with their run differential. Look deeper, though, and you see some reasons why they’ve outplayed their runs scored and allowed.
Dayn Perry has a look at players contending for last place in all three Triple Crown categories while examining the mystery of the Guzmack.
Jason Giambi is so slow (How slow is he?) that he just might have the emptiest .384 OBP in the majors. Dayn takes a look.
Who got the better of the recent trade that sent Tomo Ohka to Milwaukee and Junior Spivey to Washington? Dayn has the answer, and it’s not what you might guess.
Dayn revisits an older column, where he declared B.J. Upton superior to David Wright. Almost a year later, does he still feel the same way?
How stingy with the walk are the Minnesota Twins? Dayn takes a look.
His book behind him, Dayn returns this week with some notes on the Rockies and Paul Konerko.
The trades of A’s aces Tim Hudson and Mark Mulder have the teams’ fans up in arms, but is the pitching staff much worse for them, even in 2005?
Who might follow in the Rule-5 footsteps of Johan Santana? Dayn Perry has the lowdown on the top eligible players.
Reaction to the Kendall trade and affordable shortstops are just some of the notes in today’s Can Of Corn.
Delving deeper into the list of guys looking for work, and determining who, how much and whether it’ll work out.