Johnny Damon and Bronson Arroyo both react to Arroyo’s trade, Jeff Bagwell’s shoulder is in the news again, and the Nationals may have a left fielder.
The class of ’06 goes into the books as one of the least-accomplished, most overpaid groups in recent history.
It’s Rule 5 time again, and we’ve got a primer to explain the ins and outs of this peculiar draft.
The Astros win in thrilling fashion, and the Yankees force a Game Five.
The Astros take control, and the Cardinals take a few days off.
The first departure from the Elite Eight, and a barnburner in the Bronx.
The National League had the stage to itself Thursday, which was a good thing for the Braves, and not so good for the Padres.
Better games were the best news on Wednesday, which featured a surprising slugfest and a couple of key errors.
Talking points from the first day of the second season.
What looked to be a pitchers’ duel rapidly became a blowout, giving one team a spot in the postseason.
It was a postseason atmosphere with postseason consequences in Boston last night. Paul breaks down the game.
The Tribe isn’t hitting, the Mariners pitchers are lucky, and Nick Johnson is mashing. All this and more in today’s Prospectus Triple Play.
Contracts in Cleveland, Steroids in Seattle, and Wilkerson in Washington–all this and more in today’s Propectus Triple Play.
Rookie fever grips PTP, as Grady Sizemore, Felix Hernandez and Ryan Church all figure prominently in this edition.