It wasn’t a home run, but Peter Bourjos’ “single” on Tuesday night was the fastest single trot yet recorded – by a full half-second.
Commish takes control of team finances from divorce-ridden Frank McCourt.
The tater trots for April 19: no Peter Bourjos in this entry, but Pablo Sandoval shows what’s going on in San Francisco while Vlad Guerrero and Curtis Granderson show that last year was no fluke.
Some thoughts about Matt Purke and notes from around the day in the minors.
Top stories for April 20.
The savage beating of a Giants fan outside Dodger Stadium on Opening Day points out the need for stronger action against fan violence on the part of MLB–and its fans.
The Orioles show that they might not be quite ready to leave the nest, and the rest of the division’s teams are ready to replace them in the standings.
Gordon is off to the excellent start we’ve all waited years for, but is it legitimate?
Moylan’s back is bulging, Martinez comes back too quickly, Braden proves they do suffer from shoulder stiffness in the 209, and the Cardinals take one step forward and two steps back.
Matt Garza has suffered from a high BABIP this season, but has it been his own doing, or a combination of bad luck and bad defense?
In which we say goodbye to a Legend, but say hello to a rookie Dodger.
Why the Dodgers have no need for one James Loney, and why other teams shouldn’t be scared off by his history.
The Colorado coaching staff has mile-high hopes for Ubaldo Jimenez and the rest of the Rockies’ young rotation.
The Yankees’ pitching coach delves into his use of statistical analysis, the importance of consistency, and his work with A.J. Burnett and Phil Hughes.
2011 hitter statistics are now available on the player cards, and the adjusted standings are now page-able and support data downloads.