The tater trots for April 14: Johnny Damon’s terrific trot, Scott Hairston gets some bad luck.
The third start with down velocity was the charm, as the Yankees starter goes to the DL with a sore arm.
An important day in baseball history resonates on a personal level as well.
Taking a spin through some stories you may have missed at BP this week.
Twins outfielder Joe Benson is hitting, more Rays pitching, the baffling inconsistency of Rangers lefty Martin Perez and notes from around the day in the minors.
The Yankees outfielder talks about his disciplined approach.
The Josh Hamilton injury should have cleared up playing time for Mike Napoli (and even Chris Davis), but instead the pair rots on the bench. Jason discusses the why.
The first supplemental draft of the Scoresheet season is upon us already, and Rob is here to guide you through the weekend.
Teams that live and die by their bullpens tend not to succeed, which doesn’t bode well for the Yankees and other teams that have eschewed their starters in the early going.
Joe Mauer’s season could be in serious danger, Aroldis Chapman is dealing with arm pain, and the Yankees bullpen is frayed around the edges.
Justin Masterson and Willie Bloomquist are still who they always were, but there are a handful of early-season gems worth grabbing.
The American League has plenty of pitching options for you to consider, but the Senior Circuit is nearly bereft of useful starts next week.
Josh Beckett may have started this season as the Red Sox’ number four starter, but he still hopes to lead them to a pennant.
Has super-agent Scott Boras earned his reputation for getting the most cash and the longest contracts for his clients?