Do we have plenty of baseball talk? Sure we do. We got prospects, we got Josh Hamilton’s injury, we got Sam Fuld’s amazing week. Do we have Mike Curto, the finest play-by-play voice in the minors talking about the business? Sure we do, he even provides musical suggestions. Is that what you are waiting for? No, no it is not. We found the hawk trap guy, and he’s here for your listening pleasure. You’re welcome.
Casey Stengel discussion at the wonderful Museum of the City of New York.
The tater trots for April 12: Alexei Ramirez gets the walkoff, but Justin Upton hits the shot everyone should still be talking about.
Why Dee Gordon isn’t in the big leagues, relatively unknown arms in the Blue Jays and Rangers organization, and much more from the day in the minors.
Manny’s departure exposes the Rays’ lack of depth, but every team in the division has holes in key areas.
Injuries in Toronto have opened up a spot for a forgotten speedster, a retirement in Tampa Bay means room for the Legend, and Nyjer Morgan should steal any minute now.
Josh Hamilton and Rafael Furcal suffer their latest in a long line of injuries, while Ryan Zimmerman shows more signs of strain.
The O’s have a potential ace in the making, the Rangers have a reliever-turned-starter, and the Blue Jays are hopeful their rookie can produce. Can any of them help your team?
Where did today’s Japanese-American player market come from?
Milwaukee manager Ron Roenicke knows that with Prince Fielder in the final year of his contract, the time to win is now.
Continuing a look at the nitty-gritty in the rulebook, checking in on what constitutes a catch and a balk.
Twins prospect Alex Wimmers had a season debut to forget, but it wasn’t your run-of-the-mill poor outing.