Remembering the late Dr. Frank Jobe’s medical marvel.
As teams and players settle in arbitration or avoid it entirely, refresh your memory on how the process works.
The procedure that changed baseball was performed for the first time 30 years ago this week. Here’s an explanation of just what it is.
Saving the best for last, THR turns to the Giants, home of the long of tooth, the self-questioning, and of course, some guy named Bonds.
The A’s demonstrate that you must have insurance policies if you plan to contend. In their rotation, they even have insurance policies on their insurance policies.
Will the Padres’ health prevent them from winning a weak NL West?
Welcome to the team with healthy pitchers but question marks in the lineup. Nobody said defending all the marbles would be as easy as winning them.
The Mariners don’t have the best track record with young pitchers. Will 2006 be any different?
The Rockies are dependent on a single player, but will that single player stay healthy for 2006?
The Angels’ hope of competing in the AL West is tied directly to their health.
Will the D’backs have a healthy crop of veterans to go with their youth movement? Find out in today’s Team Health Report.
With just one Red Light and five Yellows among their regulars, the Rangers should be able to field a consistent lineup in 2006. Will it be enough in the AL West?
Tom answers some reader mail to clarify the more confusing option rules.
Complicated and confusing, the option rules govern the movement of 40-man roster players to and from the minor leagues.
Part Two of our transaction series explains the rules governing compensatory draft picks, and focuses on two Bay Area GMs who use the rule to different ends.
Today, we kick off a new series designed to explain the sometimes confusing maze of rules that govern how players move around.