From first round pick to nondescript release, Hansen’s career is heading down the wrong path.
The tater trots for April 5: a walkoff, a career-starter, Billy Butler vs. BJ Upton.
Adam Dunn undergoes an appendectomy, costing him a few games on the April calendar.
Home runs have been flying all over the league so far in 2011, but they haven’t aided each AL East team equally.
Mariner rookie Michael Pineda and brand-new Rangers starter Alexi Ogando faced off Tuesday night. How do the newbies stack up?
In which lovers of individual pitcher wins insist that CC Sabathia do something violent to Joe Girardi in order to get that all-important W.
Guthrie develops pneumonia, Carlos Pena gets an owwie on his thumb, and Andrew Cashner exits his Tuesday start early.
It’s just one start, but given the Mariner hurler’s injury history and performance, will he be worth acquiring?
Should you trust the April roar of a certain Tiger? Will Frenchy in the Kansas City summer end as poorly as the Russian winter did for the French?
Boston’s 0-4 start hasn’t led to panic in the Red Sox clubhouse, but Carl Crawford and Co. hope the schneid ends soon.
Sandy Alderson made the right move in writing off Oliver Perez and Luis Castillo as roster ballast, but even he can’t prevent the return of Bobby Bonilla’s long-dead salary.
The Royals aren’t just stacked with talent at the upper levels of their system; the lower tiers also offer plenty of promise.
Despite facing divisional heavyweights in the Phillies and the Braves, the Marlins might have what it takes to play in October.
After watching a gem of a game from Yovani Gallardo on Opening Night, a question about ballpark etiquette arises…