Hours after partaking in a meltdown, the Jays waive their former first-round pick.
What was it about baseball during your young childhood that made it so special?
Spending days and nights watching nothing but baseball seems like a dream, but sometimes dreams turn dark.
The tater trots for April 11: a great day, with memorable trots from Pat Burrell and Chris Heisey, and a triple(!) from David Ortiz.
After a nightmarish week, the Mets go to a 13-man pitching staff.
A tiny Astro with big numbers, a first-round pitcher that’s now a hitter, why Arizona fans need patience, and more more from the day in the minors.
A quick check on the PITCHf/x speed calibrations in the first two weeks of 2011
The expected NL East team starts out on top, but has taken an unexpected route to get there.
An Angel gets his wings, Jeff Suppan proves that you can go home again, the Yankees keep scraping the bottom of the pitching barrel, and Manny Ramirez enters suspended animation.
Trevor Cahill becomes the latest beneficiary of Billy Beane’s extension-happy behavior, but will he find the same success as his predecessors?
Jason gives his first report from Tout Wars, so you can get an idea of who the experts are targeting on waivers (and if it’s a good idea)
An Angel third baseman and Yankee catcher graduate from the list, but Michael has other infield and catcher options for you to consider.
The NL West has been overrun by catchers who can hit, but whether or not that success will last the season is more up for debate.
Not so fast, Jose Reyes. You ain’t goin’ nowhere.