No teams are out of the running in spring training, and gaudy stats provide optimism for what the season may bring.
Spring training is an excellent time to lose sleep, catch up with friends, make your broadcasting debut, and see which players have good bodies.
It’s the 30th anniversary of the 1983 Mariners. The good news: The 2013 Mariners shouldn’t be as bad. We think.
Don’t expect the Rockies and Padres to compete in the NL West with their current rotation options.
Players are supposed to arrive at spring training in the best shape of their lives, but writers sometimes need a bit longer to awake from their winter slumber.
San Diego has a rich baseball tradition, and many big-league stars have roots in Southern California.
The Astros aren’t great now, but once upon a time, Jimmy Wynn, Jose Cruz, and Cesar Cedeno made them look respectable. Also, a look at what would have been written in BP Annuals of the ’60s and ’70s.
Is a starting rotation in which all five pitchers make at least 30 starts the hallmark of a championship-caliber team?
Barry Bonds’ career walk totals are mind-boggling, but they’re even more so when you look between the numbers.