The frequently-traded right-hander has a new home in Chicago, and Philadelphia’s speedster heads north.
The Twins, Blue Jays, and many others stock their bullpens for the stretch run.
The French missionaries and explorers were coming here as early as the late 1600s to trade with the Native Americans.
The Yankees acquire white whale Dustin Ackley, the Pirates bolster their bullpen, and the Giants solidify their rotation with Mike Leake.
The Phillies finally trade their ace and get back a big package of prospects from one of the most exciting farm systems in baseball.
If baseball were an arms race for right-handed power, the Blue Jays would rule us all.
Is the Twins’ most underrated player also their best deadline chit?
Cole Hamels isn’t having that great a year, right? No, not right.
Looking at the league’s projected PECOTA standings brings some clarity to the buy/sell decisions teams will face over the next 10 days.
Who has the biggest gaps between their preseason and rest-of-season projections?
Pittsburgh’s recent incredible record may be due to regress.
Is declining to reset the rotation after the All-Star break a failure of imagination for contending teams or a rational strategy?
Aggressive hitters are having a heyday; is this a shift in league dynamics?
If it wasn’t clear already, it’s clear now: The DH in the National League is a good thing for baseball.
Starting rotations certainly don’t look like they did a century ago; they don’t even look like they did in the early ’90s. Where are they going next?