If voters took the MVP voting instructions literally, Jose Bautista would likely be bringing home some hardware this season.
Reggie Jackson rues his strikeout-prone play, but were his whiffs really a problem?
Jered Weaver’s ability to induce pop-ups is one of his greatest strengths, but opinions differ as to how he does it.
A number of pitchers traded at the deadline hope to follow in CC Sabathia’s 2008 footsteps by turning around their seasons with their new teams.
The ground rules keep changing, but the Rays still haven’t found the rule that would make timeworn Tropicana Field a proper place to play baseball.
Buck Martinez confesses to being an inveterate sign stealer during his playing days and opines on the practice’s prominence in today’s game.
Another Home Run Derby requires another reminder–from the players, this time–that participation doesn’t result in second-half slumps.
Doug Melvin’s willingness to make bold moves to acquire aces continues to serve the Brew Crew well.
As AL pitchers step up to the plate for interleague play, which pitchers of the past and present should they attempt to emulate?
Just when he was out, losing pulled him back in again.
Ray Fosse, the victim of history’s most famous home-plate collision, weighs in on Buster Posey.
Haunted by poor run support, former pitcher and current broadcaster David Cone embraces sabermetrics and lives to tell about it.
Pitchers have gotten bent, causing hitters to complain about too much tail.
Talking KC’s fleet feet with Ned Yost, plus Hosmermalia with AGM Dean Taylor and the man himself.
The inaugural installment of a new series by beatwriter Marc Carig. This week: Miguel Cabrera hits almost every strike he gets and a former Gold Glover proposes the simplest of defensive metrics.