Beltre is suspended… again.
After a disappointing start, the Jays have sent their future top pick to the minors.
The Halos upgrade their rotation and bullpen at once.
The tater trots for April 27: Andre Ethier inspires an odd call from someone not named Vin Scully while Juan Rivera shows Canada he wasn’t kidding.
A lefty with the Tigers and a righty with the Cubs that you may not have heard of, as well as notes from around the day in the minors.
Jered Weaver is off to the best start of any pitcher in baseball, prompting Jeremy to examine how he’s doing it and whether we can expect it to continue.
The Red Sox still find themselves bringing up the rear in the AL East, but they’ve begun to look alive.
Is the quality of play in baseball better than it’s ever been?
The Mariners and the Athletics have seen no offensive relief, while the Rangers can’t get no satisfaction in their bullpen.
Last year’s Diamondbacks featured the world’s worst whiffers and a historically bad bullpen, but new GM Kevin Towers may have already managed to fix both failings.
Should these Pluto-cold under-performers from the NL stay or should they go?
The ownership situation in Los Angeles isn’t the only chaos in town, while Philly and Chicago may offer alternatives for saves.
Last Friday’s faceoff between Tony LaRussa and Dusty Baker could lead to a good old-fashioned managerial feud.
A quick look at a fascinating man: 22-year MLB umpire, 15-year NHL referee, and Stanley Cup winning coach Bill Stewart.