A quick reminder of how teams have fared in the past as compared with their projected records.
A look at some interesting stories from newspapers around the nation.
In which five BPers offer some additional optimism and pessimism for 2011.
From Ted Williams’ home run in his final career at-bat to Sadaharu Oh’s record-breaking blast and beyond, there have been some remarkable home runs hit in baseball history. Here’s a look at six of them.
Lots of fun email, previews and predictions for the 2011 season, a Scrabble expert and a new segment based on some strange events of the day. Happy opening day everyone.
The season has hardly had a chance to kick off, but it’s still fun to look back at the best stretch drive comebacks in AL West history.
Some of the Opening-Day plot lines keeping one twitchy baseball writer awake as we edge towards the first games of the season.
Cracking the Opening Day lineup even once is an honor, but what can we learn from players who repeat in the same roles?
The defending champs may owe their rings to a lack of injuries.
Does Billy Beane’s sh*t work in the trainer’s room?
With rosters due today, Rob takes a look at some thoughts to keep in mind in your bullpen and your lineup.
Injuries will keep some closers from starting the season with their clubs, but Mike is here to tell you about their replacements.
Rewinding the tape to the results of last year’s Opening Day reveals equal parts prophecy and unintentional humor.
Pegging BP’s favorites in both leagues, both in the standings and for the major awards.