With the Mets current future star on the mend, their old future star gets the call.
In the nascent Year of the Stolen Base, which teams are getting the most bang for their swipes?
The remarkable season of Bryce Harper and notes from around the day in the minors.
The tater trots for May 11: Hosmer’s nice game, Ortiz and Martinez square off for slowest trotter, and Mitch Moreland is robbed.
What can the recently retired Todd Wellemeyer’s debut tell us about the prospects of pitchers who succeed in their first outings?
When in the season do most valuable players tend to debut, and what can consecutive Opening Day starts reveal?
It might be missing WARP, FRAA, and TAv–for now–but the humble box score still gives us much of the information we need to understand the game.
A visit to the Friendly Confines inspires thoughts on nostalgia, progress, and Bill Veeck. Warning: some adult language.
Mark Melancon and Vicente Padilla are too popular to remain on the list, but Mike has found new relievers for you to keep an eye on
Just like with pitcher evaluation, hitter evaluation requires a keen eye for a solid player body.
The Royals called up slugger Eric Hosmer last week, but after lauding the move early on, could a certain prospect guru be changing his mind?