What the Reds will do with two star catchers, a pair of athletic outfielders at Double-A, and notes from around the days in the minors.
The tater trots for April 21: Kemp walks it off again while Torii Hunter takes it easy.
A trip down memory lane to remember some articles you may have missed at BP this week.
If Jed Lowrie is already snapped up in your league, here are some other names who could help, and some that won’t.
Will Kyle Lohse, Wade Davis, James McDonald and Francisco Liriano keep up their performances, or is change–for better or worse–in their futures?
A slow September game at Wrigley suspends time, but can’t rewind it.
Expanding the playoff field from eight to ten teams might enrich the Lords of the Realm, but what effect would it have on the fans?
Logan Morrison commits a foot fault, Geoff Blum’s knee resists diagnosis, and Eric Hurley joins the concussion roll call.
The commissioner’s office shows the Dodgers who is boss–the first time.
The new Brewers outfielder has two reputations, depending on whom you ask.
Kyle Lohse might be back, Brandon McCarthy might be here for the first time, and Jeff Francis is happy to be at sea level.
Now that we have a more thorough understanding of the rulebook, we learn more about umpire evaluation, schedules, and post-season umpire selection.
Aces and bottom feeders are all that are getting the two-start nod this upcoming week