Checking in on John Farrell, Adam LaRoche, Justin Upton, Ron Gardenhire, Robin Ventura, Bo Porter, the Brewers, the Rangers, the Rockies, the Dodgers, the Giants, the Cubs’ bullpen, and the WBC.
Updates from the Winter Meetings, touching on Alex Rodriguez, R.A. Dickey, James Loney, Aroldis Chapman, the World Baseball Classic, the Blue Jays, the Athletics, and the Royals.
Black Friday is coming up, and many AL clubs will be scouring the market for free-agent bargains and potential trades.
What’s on Santa’s list for the recently-gutted Marlins? Will the Diamondbacks trade Justin Upton to fill multiple voids?
Sure, there’s an All-Star team–two of them, even–but those don’t compare to the OTB All-MLB team.
With the World Series over, here are five big stories for Hot Stove season, and an interview with Brian Sabean.
A flashback to that first time Madison Bumgarner pitched well in the World Series.
The Giants have faced elimination multiple times in the postseason, yet they’re three wins away from a championship.
Dave Dombrowski has pulled off a pair of stellar moves to upgrade Detroit’s pitching staff, which has helped the team to two consecutive ALCS series.
Joe Girardi is finding a balance between resting his veterans and plugging holes for injured players.
The Braves aren’t huge fans of the wild card play-in game, but they have a strategy for their upcoming meeting with the Cardinals. Also, a few minutes with Robin Ventura and Chris Speier.
Former Pirates owner Kevin McClatchy recently revealed he was gay, a difficult step in the professional sports environment.
The Tigers came into the season as favorites to win the AL Central, yet they find themselves looking up to the White Sox in the standings.
While Stephen Strasburg’s shutdown has gotten the headlines, another staff’s No. 1 starter was shut down quietly.
A’s assistant GM David Forst has seen the team go from post-season pretender to legitimate contender, and a conversation with Mike Matheny.