The Giants’ high-priced left-hander says he believes he’s ready for a turnaround season.
Kevin and Jason return with lots of baseball talk and the usual wackiness.
Back-end rotation heroics for the Cubs and Rockies, plus notes on two developing AL West bullpen quandaries.
Duchscherer goes down, Bailey, Polanco, and Lidge hear echoes of injuries past, and the “big risk” jinx rolls on.
Some spring training playing time battles in the outfield appear to be coming to an end.
The White Sox outfielder plays like an older man than he is, which should be concerning to fantasy owners.
Chase Headley and his teammates hope that the disappointment of 2010 is a stepping stone to future success.
The Twins and White Sox go all in, while the rest of the division slashes payroll.
Choosing whom to pitch when isn’t just a matter of good sense, but dollars and cents.