We often hear about how offenses fail when they leave too many men on base. But is this really failure?
The shape of the blistering-hot performance of the Dodgers shortstop.
A reunion in Shea with passive vs. aggressive overtones in the dugout, Gabbard’s revenge, and Justin Upton’s early fielding follies.
Jose Vidro’s not the only DH in history to struggle with his job description.
Offense is down in the league with the DH, but by how much, and why?