What we talked about during the Yankees-Red Sox game.
The tater trots for April 10: big blasts from McGehee and Young, but none bigger than Thome; Maybin and Hundley highlight the Padres win over Los Angeles.
The Rangers pick up where they left off last October, followed by the surprising Indians.
Draft stocks rise, two former first-rounders rebound, and full-season debuts aplenty in this week’s edition.
Chris Narveson sustains his second-half success, Nyjer Morgan makes a case for more playing time, and the Pirates flirt with .500.
Two AL shortstops go down with oblique injuries, Kevin Slowey is hurt yet again, and the Angels can’t stop the bleeding.
After the rookie greatness of 2010, this year’s first-year National League class is Freeman and Belt and pray for gelt.
Jim Tracy hopes that having Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez signed long-term means good things lie ahead for Colorado.
It’s too early to panic, but Michael points out a few players you may want to consider cutting bait on in the future.