Episode 3: “It’s Too Much Me.” Featuring agent Josh Kusnick and his amazing week, and a talk about Nirvana.
A certain rookie makes his debut and has two starts this week.
Plus Ivy on the Tribe and way too much thought on three-catcher situations in the Bronx and Tampa Bay.
A goodbye to Stephen Strasburg and notes from around the day in the minors.
Stories from newspapers across the United States.
The normally reliable ace has struggled in the early goings–what should you do about it?
The lean to the East continues, but the three-way squabble over who’s #9org is as desperate as it is pathetic.
Brett Anderson and Ryan Sweeney go down in the same game for the A’s, plus other injury news from around the majors.
Heading into baseball’s third month, which pitchers can bolster your fantasy baseball roster?
Assorted minor moves from the last week, across leagues, time, and reason.
The Braves suddenly take control of the National League East, along with other notes from around the major leagues.
Putting every major-league player back with his original team in an alternative universe can tell us a lot about team building.
Who moves out of the Marlins’ starting outfield when top prospect Mike Stanton gets the inevitable call to the major leagues?
The Twins right-hander talks about his love of the guitar and why so many pitchers seem to play.
BP’s in-house guru takes his shot at projecting how team’s top picks go next week.
This week’s installment features a 25-strikeout game by Tommy Lasorda, the professional debuts of Lou Gehrig and Willie Keeler, the Miami Miracle participating in MLB’s amateur draft, and more.