The tater trots for April 13: Berkman keeps raking, Inge walks off, and Zambrano wins one for the pitcher…
An in-depth look at Rangers RHP Neil Ramirez’ spot start at Triple-A, and notes from around the day in the minors.
Is hitting prowess or stellar glovework more important for teams’ mid-diamond position players?
Making a mountain out of a Cahill, plus Hamilton’s fractured flop and Murphy to the rescue.
You caught us–it’s “Feliciano,” but why let reality ruin a good thing? The Yankees sure didn’t when they signed him.
Do pitchers enjoy an advantage in the early going against hitters who aren’t used to their stuff?
Reliving some of history’s most unusual comebacks through the lens of win expectancy.
Does the Brew Crew’s collection of bench has-beens suggest that they’ve forgotten the lessons of 2008, or are they still in the process of building a contender?
Questions answered for the Rays and Nationals bullpens, and new ones asked about the White Sox.
Looking at boundary calls, hit-by-pitches, and how to safely reach first base.
Every ballplayer’s in movies, it doesn’t matter who you are.
Looking at an old 1964/65 board game.