Is the dominant Jake Arrieta from 2015 and part of 2016 still lurking, underneath an ugly ERA?
Teams have smartened up about sacrifice bunts, but every once in a while managers just can’t help themselves.
Since when does Colorado have too many capable pitchers?
After plenty of ups and downs, the Marlins outfielder is setting himself free.
Thinking about bat sizes, by way of the great Roger Angell.
Cincinnati views the rookie left-hander as a long-term building block, but maybe he’s in the wrong role.
Ryan Schimpf has 28 homers in 366 at-bats and barely anyone has noticed, maybe because the ball is juiced everywhere.
As more and more teams go heavy into catcher framing, improvements are obvious and the margins are shrinking.
Rockies rookie right-hander Antonio Senzatela is a lot more interesting than the raw numbers would suggest.
The way baseball is played has changed, so it’s time to change the way we treat beanballs.
Maybe The Wizard has some magical ways to make baseball more appealing.
In the middle of his start, a struggling Adam Wainwright began switching sides of the pitching rubber.
Lorenzo Cain has never been a patient hitter, but perhaps his early walk-drawing this season is a sign of change.
Earl Weaver would have a lot of faith in these Cubs.
Freeman’s approach is approaching perfection.
Reds prospect Zach Vincej explains how he changed his hitting approach through tinkering and ignoring cliches.