Chris Sale ha sido lo suficientemente bueno como para ganar el premio Cy Young en casi todas las temporadas, ¿por qué no ha conseguido uno?
Chris Sale has been good enough to win the Cy Young award nearly every season, so why hasn’t he snagged one?
Limitless ballots could make for Hall of Fame overkill, but maybe there’s a simple solution.
Derek Norris brings back the Santiago, with a surprising effect.
Will the new CBA help or hurt the international baseball world?
Boston tries to replace David Ortiz with defense, Seattle adds more depth on the cheap, and Arizona gets bang for its bullpen buck.
Wilson Ramos looks to rehab his value in Tampa Bay, Scrabble finds a new home in Seattle, and light-hitting backup catchers get multi-year deals.
Neil Walker and Jeremy Hellickson accept qualifying offers, Brett Cecil gets paid, and Lourdes Gurriel lands in Toronto.
Danny Valencia stays in the AL West, Will Middlebrooks gets his latest chance, and the Braves go bargain shopping.
Not unlike a pitcher tipping his pitches, Wil Myers has tipped his approach at the plate.
Wil Myers’ severely cold second half has us wondering, once again, whether he’ll ever be a superstar.
The longest infield sprints of the year, and the theoretical limits of same.
We’re at a point in the season where a lot of the baseball is meaningless. What force of gravity is it that keeps pulling players toward effort?
Reimagining the trade deadline with just one small difference.
The Orioles and Steve Pearce keep bumping into each other, often quite successfully.