Don Mattingly’s affinity for the bunt could be keeping the Dodgers from scoring more runs.
Manager Charlie Manuel’s bullpen management has been doing Philadelphia no favours this season.
Which NL starters are off to a worse start than the Angels’ not-yet-sluggy first baseman?
Albert Pujols may be struggling, but there are major-league regulars doing even worse.
Michael Pineda’s labrum tear doesn’t bode well for his future, but it’s not the death sentence it used to be.
Though recent trends might indicate otherwise, aged pitchers rarely return to form after year-long layoffs.
It’s the end of a catching era; Pudge Rodriguez is hanging up the spikes.
The Dodgers are off to the best start in the majors, but fast starters don’t always finish at the top.
It’s a folly to suggest that the 2012 Tigers–or any other team–will be able to score 1,000 runs.
Jay hates your favourite team. Here’s why.
Stephen Strasburg’s pitch count sails into uncharted territory during a matchup against the Mets on Wednesday.
The woe of Boston’s bullpen, and debating whether it’s important for a closer to have ninth-inning experience.
What are some of the nagging questions up and down the West Coast?
In conjunction with the publication of Extra Innings, Steven Goldman and Jay Jaffe will read at the popular NYC sports book series.
What are some of the big questions surrounding the AL and NL Central?