The first week of the season is overrated, overanalyzed, overdiscussed–and, also, enough to move the odds significantly.
A deep bench and resting regulars is becoming a trend all across sports, and it’s starting to catch on in baseball as well.
Three weeks after Matthew gave up on the D’backs front office, he finds admiration for a series of moves.
Reexamining the loss of offense, through the lens of one DFA.
Is it possible to sell low on the second-best player in baseball? Probably.
The Padres add one more superstar, while taking on far too many millions for Melvin Upton; the Braves get leaner while the short-term outlook gets sadder.
Four young pitcher whose teams made four interesting choices with them: Carlos Martinez, Alex Meyer, Tanner Roark and Danny Salazar.
The declining offense of the era is particularly notable with two outs. What’s happening?
How the Brewers ignore handedness and buy all the right-handed players.
The attention paid to Kris Bryant’s service time foreshadows the major issues facing owners and players in the next CBA negotiations.
Tony Cingrani might finally be in the position where he’s most likely to succeed, but the Reds aren’t.
Trends in leaguewide offense can be closely tracked to the counts hitters find themselves in.
Paying for stability has resulted in three World Series titles for Brian Sabean.
The Twins and the Red Sox share space at the top of one particular leaderboard, but changes in the game have made it a poor time in history to be there.
The Indians have a very cheap, very good rotation. Or they have a very cheap, very bad rotation. Time will tell!