Using Project Gutenberg, a free repository of public-domain books, to find some interesting baseball notes.
Updated depth charts plus the basics of the in-season plan.
The tater trots for April 18: Schierholtz and Burrell make the Giants 1st inning fun, while Heisey and Zobrist race to the finish.
How the Orioles suddenly have one of the best infield left sides in Low-A, the continued rise of Tigers top prospect Jacob Turner, and notes from around the minors.
The Phillies are on top thanks to a Cliff Lee rebound, the Rockies are streaking, and the Panda is back on track in this week’s NL Hit List.
Are April’s record-low attendance marks a sign that the ticket bubble has burst?
Jed Lowrie is awesome, Orlando Hudson has his uses despite Petco, and the first NL/AL-only group of middle infielders.
Replacing broken-armed MVP Josh Hamilton, lamenting the losses of Phil Hughes and Hong-Chih Kuo, April showers bring Jesus Flores, and where there’s a Willits there’s a way in Anaheim.
Exploring the effects of concussions and the implications of the seven-day disabled list.
Trades and graduations to the majors have thinned the Texas farm, but the lower levels house some huge raw talent.
The NL West is home to a variety of offensive setups, but all five teams better hope things change sooner than later.