Keeping it short, rotation shakeups galore, plus the Giants add more offense.
Kevin and Jason are joined by Keith Law to talk about the 2010 MLB Draft and why Catcher In The Rye isn’t such a classic.
A couple of potential gems can be found in a full week of inter-league games.
Indians catcher Carlos Santana’s swan song and notes from the rest of the day in the minors.
Other people’s players and two different types of rankings.
Stories from newspapers across North America.
Rookie catcher John Jaso is an unorthodox but successful leadoff hitter for the Rays, who continue to lead the American League rankings.
Jacoby Ellsbury will try a new program of rest and rehabiliation but won’t be back soon, along with other injury news from around the majors.
A look at the four best-of-three series in the NCAA Tournament that begin Saturday.
The Pirates center fielder talks about his varied off-the-field interests and the importance of staying positive in a rebuilding situation.
The Blue Jays had nine picks in the first three rounds but questions remain as to how well they re-stocked their farm system.
The Red Sox’s win total rises as their defensive improves, along with other notes from around the major leagues.
Here are some of the select few players who have amassed a very high slugging percentage while compiling a very low on-base percentage.
Which starting pitchers can you pick up to give your team a boost?
The catching cavalry arrives in Cleveland.
This week’s installment includes a team called the Microbes, a Hall of Fame quarterback, and the ubiquitous more.