Was last night’s a pitching performance for the ages? And how did that OTHER rookie do?
Brad Lidge and game theory, the odd HBP/World Cup connection, and what’s up with Rich Harden.
The Pirates make a few moves that may help your team out, as two prospects are summoned to the bigs.
Tim Wakefield picks himself up another franchise record in Boston.
After a great front third, what is the Jays’ roosting place in the big picture?
Brad Ziegler talks about camaraderie and ducks.
Stephen Strasburg was as good as advertised, now let’s hope his name stays out of this column.
Stories from newspapers across the United States.
Breaking down the Nationals phenom’s pitches against the Pirates in his memorable major-league debut on Tuesday night.
Rob McQuown tells you why Mike Stanton only makes a whistle stop on the List. Meanwhile, Conor Jackson and Eric Hinske join the party, and the “regulars” get some more analysis, too.
Cubs closer Carlos Marmol is on his way to setting a record for least contact allowed in a season.
Stephen Strasburg is simply dazzling in his big-league debut, plus other notes from around the majors.
Fresh talent doesn’t have to be freshly picked to be able to still offer a ton of upside.