Exploring the effects of concussions and the implications of the seven-day disabled list.
Some of your favorite baseball writers are banding together to produce a book about players who haven’t made it to Cooperstown but are enshrined in our hearts, minds, and memories.
With Omar Minaya rumored to be in the running for the Angels job, we present for the first time at BP.com, our review of his tenure from Baseball Prospectus 2011.
Marc assesses the top fantasy performers at each position to see whose hot starts can be trusted, then rides off into the sunset to fight crime in the next town down the road.
Mark DeRosa’s bum wrist acts up again, Brian Roberts and Chris Dickerson suffer blows to the head, a pair of Cardinals play the strain game, and Tyson Ross leaves the A’s rotation reeling.
A once-retiring Royals rookie races to the Show.
David Wright’s back cracks under stress, the Red Sox are down two starters, and two high-profile setup men hit the DL with somewhat mysterious ailments.
Five pitchers who are lighting up Triple-A and could soon be seeing time in the big leagues.
Chipper Jones lives up to his injury billing, Magglio Ordonez experiences weakness, Grady Sizemore has trouble with his other knee, Brandon Beachy is not feeling peachy, and Colby Rasmus’ right side hurts.
Though there was a considerable amount of unhappy news for fantasy owners from impact players last week, there was still happy news from a couple of unlikely sources. But whose gains are here to stay?
Bartolo Colon enlists the aid of modern medicine in an unorthodox recovery, Kendrys Morales still has ankle issues, and a pair of pitchers get their capsules repaired.
Multiple Mets and a Mariner face the end of their seasons, Luke Scott tries to play through his own serious injury, and Bruce Chen and Edward Mujica succumb to strains.
With Eric Hosmer in the bigs, who will be the next of the Royals’ stash of young prospects to make a fantasy impact?
Justin Verlander’s no-no may mean hard times ahead, Nelson Cruz has more leg problems, Marco Scutaro tries not to get Pipped, and a pair of pitchers get disabled.
Eric Chavez and Nyjer Morgan can’t bear to be off the DL, Brandon Lyon gets cuffed around, and a trio of pitchers face elbow injuries.
Welcome Eric Hosmer to the bigs, say no to a certain National, and multiple ways to replace your gimpy third baseman