The unsurprising Yankees and the very surprising Indians battle for AL supremacy.
Halladay, Hamels, and Oswalt push Philadelphia to the top of the NL rankings, but the Marlins are nibbling at their heels.
Expanding the playoff field from eight to ten teams might enrich the Lords of the Realm, but what effect would it have on the fans?
The Indians seize the top spot in the American League rankings from the suddenly scuffling Rangers.
Teams that live and die by their bullpens tend not to succeed, which doesn’t bode well for the Yankees and other teams that have eschewed their starters in the early going.
The expected NL East team starts out on top, but has taken an unexpected route to get there.
A familiar Eastern threesome tops the Junior Circuit rankings.
Does the composition of the Brewers’ roster justify their decision to go all in?
Toronto fans wish the Blue Jay Way wouldn’t be long, but can the team be blamed for bowing out of the ultra-competitive AL East?
Is it true that every team has a shot this Spring?
Methodological musings on the nature of stolen base runs.
The Brewers score a pair of aces, while the Phils are runners-up for their Cliff Lee do-over.
How much stock should we place in Prince Albert’s ultimatum?
A look at baserunning outliers in continuing anticipation of the release of the PECOTA spreadsheets.
Taking a look back at some of last year’s statistical standouts while waiting for 2011 projections to be unwrapped.
Do teams tend to overvalue the man charged with nailing down saves?