The tater trots for April 28: Zobrist’s huge day, Berkman’s Houston return, and Miguel Montero is slower than Vlad – somehow.
A logjam at shortstop for the Rays and notes from around the day in the minors.
Top stories for April 29.
Some players look to be helping you out with nothing on the surface, but despite their early season struggles have been somewhat productive.
Marc isn’t buying everything the waiver wire is selling, but there are a few potential gems here worth unearthing.
Taking a trip through time to discover how the game you play today took shape.
Phil Hughes faces the prospect of season-ending surgery, Marc DeRosa’s wrist acts up again, Casey Blake’s elbow is infected, and Darren O’Day finds that it’s hip to have tears.
There are plenty of pitchers you are going to want to sit, according to Craig–take a look and see who might win or lose your week.
The selection might not be pretty, but if you need pitching help, Bill has your current set of usable options.
The defending World Series champions hope they can recover their winning form despite a slow start to 2011.
Running through some stories you may have missed at Baseball Prospectus this week.
The Blue Jays’ GM discusses his organizational philosophy, his love of scouting and how it plays a role in his work, and competing in the AL East.
Which teams with rotation stalwarts sporting ERAs that resemble Olympic gymnastics scores should be panicking, and which should stay the course?