Coverage of a number of Tuesday moves.
The tater trots for May 23: one of the more memorable days in home runs in the last couple of years.
One a lefty, one a righty, are both worth the risk?
The Cards get shuffled to the top of the NL rankings, but Philadelphia, Atlanta, and San Francisco aren’t far off the pace.
The Mets and White Sox call on veteran minor-league mashers, a faded prospect regains some luster in the desert, the Giants search for answers at third base, and the Yankees add a southpaw from the scrapheap.
Should the Pirates keep their team together to flirt with .500 or sell the scraps to improve their future performance?
Tom Tango returns to answer your first batch of questions from last week.
Sometimes, the road to a minor-league park can be just as interesting as the prospects you’ll watch in game action.
Pitchers have gotten bent, causing hitters to complain about too much tail.
Justin Turner ships off the VP list almost as soon as he arrived (but for good reasons), but Michael finds a replacement for him in the mountains.
Tulowitzki is slumping, the Padres are losing the 2011 Vedder Cup, and the best prospects are the ones who failed over a decade ago.