The long time late inning bridge for the Halos calls it a career.
Indignity, meet second base.
Mets’ Paul DePodesta joins BP for a chat on Tuesday, March 22 at 11:00 AM ET.
In case you missed a story or three, here’s a recap of some articles that might have gotten buried.
Kevin learns about deep drafts and makes an attempt to help the readers with ten names worth a late selection.
Catching up on roster moves from around the American League.
If Major League Baseball were run like your fantasy league, what would Albert Pujols be worth?
The Central played home to the NL’s four worst defenses last season, and there’s little prospect for improvement in 2011.
Our latest guest contributor makes the case for changing the frame of reference in PITCHf/x analysis to reflect the way pitches actually appear to the batter.
Jason explains his preference for Abreu and why you may want to be nervous about Davis in 2011.
CHIPPER meets MLB’s healthiest team, which results in plenty of green.
Two Japanese pitchers deal with the impact of the earthquake on their lives.
The Rangers may be without their erstwhile ace, but they remain confident of their chances in 2011.
With a spot secure in the Twins’ rotation, Duensing discusses his pitch repertoire, BABIP, and sequencing.
Bill checks out some names that aren’t getting a ton of attention on draft day.
Aging position players elevate the Cubs’ risk, but their recent track record bodes well.