We could get all flowery with words here, but it’s the one-year anniversary show, and we got Scott Boras and Jose Altuve. ‘Nuff said.
The tater trots for May 17: Alex Rodriguez and Brian McCann have a pair of really big games.
Some players are stuck in minor-league limbo, but there are occasions where these players are worth a look.
Updates on 33 prospects with a trip around the day in the minors.
A recap of a trio of Tuesday moves.
The Braves are kickin’ it old-school, the Mets lose arms and possibly some sanity, and Drayton McClane won’t suffer the bottom of the Hit List much longer
Injuries to David Wright and Ike Davis start a Mets infield shuffle, the Red Sox rotation gets rejiggered, the curse of the Rangers outfield continues, Aroldis Chapman exeunt, and familiar faces resurface in the Cubs rotation and Braves bullpen.
A string of Yankees losses resets the standings as the Rays’ and Red Sox’ early-season deficits are erased.
Baker is a destroyer of arms no longer, despite the easy jokes you may hear at his expense.
David Wright’s back cracks under stress, the Red Sox are down two starters, and two high-profile setup men hit the DL with somewhat mysterious ailments.
The Royals have a working bullpen for once, and, unlike their high-pedigree prospects, it’s full of pitchers with strange backgrounds
Alex Rios is tough to figure out, and is struggling once again. What does Craig think of his chances to rebound?
A once-retiring Royals rookie races to the Show.
Mike Aviles is in danger of being supplanted by the Royals’ wave of young talent, but he says he still hopes to play a role on the next Kansas City winner.