It’s the same song but a different verse when it comes to Josh Hamilton’s and Albert Pujols’ seasons.
Once upon a time, two men named Bobby Jones pitched in the same game, for the same team. Actually, it was four times and two teams…
Justin Upton has suffered a major power outage this year, but is there a root cause for his season-long blackout?
Yonder Alonso may not score many runs, but at least he’s no Mario Guerrero.
The Oakland A’s have shown a knack for winning in style in 2012.
Sandy Koufax threw a lot of pitches in May 1960.
The Dodgers have spiraled out of control since late May, and with seemingly no plan for offense, it’s a three-team race in the wild West.
Three relievers have struck out more batters through the All-Star break than one man who led his team over an entire season did nearly 30 years ago.
Geoff discovers the wonders of Seattle baseball, Aaron Cook, tubas, Jeremy Guthrie, and Family Circus.
Geoff compares members of the Tacoma Rainiers to Twilight characters using the 20-80 scale. Or maybe he would have, if he’d been able to see the team play.
What is Dexter Fowler doing this season to achieve sustained big-league success?
The keys to the Angels’ recent success and the Rangers’ downturn could be the fortunes of two superstars and two ex-Padres.
Of all the natural interleague rivalries, none are more viciously fought than the Vedder Cup series. Wait, you’ve never heard of it? Then read on!
Gregor Blanco, Melky Cabrera, and Angel Pagan didn’t go to San Francisco with flowers in their hair, but with their early play, everything is coming up roses.
How much does the success of a team dictate attendance? The Dodgers and Diamondbacks’ narratives are still being written.
Justin Smoak isn’t producing for the Mariners, and he isn’t a particularly interesting character, either, so when you research his woes, you end up in a time warp.