An update on the site’s statistical offerings.
The all-time great calls it a career in light of a possible suspension.
The playoff odds report tackles the Red Sox.
Yesterday gave us the minor leagues’ opening day, meaning Kevin has plenty to tell you about-including how Bryce Harper’s pro debut went.
The tater trots for April 7: Jayson Werth gives us a textbook example of a disqualified trot while Rolen, Braun, and Tulo make a show of things.
Top stories from April 8
Running through some of the stories you may have missed while you were busy hiding your computer monitor from your boss.
A fallen Angel and new savior out west, a Blue Jay gets his wings, and a few part-time players take on full-time roles.
The once-proud Angels bullpen bottoms out, while the Rangers and Yankees project to top the league.
The Red Sox and Rays may be winless, but a loving universe will protect them from further mishaps.
What can early-season baserunning trends tell us about what the rest of 2011 will bring?
Cashner gets disabled, Dunn gets an appendectomy, and Escobar becomes the first potential visitor to the 7-day DL.
Need to know whom to start next week? Craig has you covered for both AL- and NL-only formats.
Early-season injuries have opened the door for many an inexperienced starter. Which ones should you roster in your fantasy rotation?
The Mets’ fireballing setup man can hit 100 mph on the radar gun, but it’s his improved slider that he hopes will give him an unstoppable arsenal.
Do early-season phenoms fade once the rest of the league learns to stop giving them pitches to hit?