Offensive struggles in our nation’s capital, early turnover among closers, and Mike Scioscia’s penchant for ending games on the basepaths.
When it comes to his starting rotation, Walt Jocketty understands replacements don’t have to be replacement-level.
John checks in with teams changing gears, players trying to show last year was no fluke, and guys disappointed with their lot in life.
Some strong spring performances hint at who might be prepped to bust out.
All the notes you can handle, as a son-in-law will rise in New York, and the Royals attempt to ship Reggie Sanders to Baltimore.
They could. You don’t know. They could do it.
John seeks out the potential beneficiaries of one theory on potential hitter breakouts.
John spots five players who could reach the plateau this season, and passes on the latest from the rumor mill, including a possible Carlos Zambrano deal.
John details how an offseason spending spree might return the Cubs to their first World Series since 1945.
John talks with Braves GM John Schuerholz, who describes his approach towards player evaluation.
John takes a look at where expectations and projections collide, and updates the rumor mill from around Spring Training.
Interleague play may have blurred some distinctions, but there’s still an advantage in moving from one league to the other.
John checks in with developments and rumors from around the Grapefruit and Cactus Leagues.
Spring stats in early March aren’t things anyone on the inside gets worked up about–why should you?
John checks in with news from spring training, and a few rumors on players who might be on the move.
The Indians and the Orioles seek a reversal of fortune by spending on relief help.