A pair of Cali-based teams make surprising moves on draft day.
The tater trots for June 5: Wilson Ramos gives us *a lot* of drama with his slow trot; Albert Pujols hits back-to-back walkoff home runs.
Today’s Draft Agenda: How Kevin Goldstein will spend his day.
Kevin Goldstein, ear to the ground, tells you how he hears the draft will go down.
Jason takes a look at six more major leaguers and plays “Who Am I?” this week with a draft day twist.
The Yankees reclaim the top spot on the heels of two Bartolo Colon starts and the Indians lose ground to the Tigers in the Central.
The Mets don’t get good news on David Wright, Rafael Furcal returns to the DL, Bye-bye Brandon Belt, Vicente Padilla has a pain in the neck, and Jordan Schafer and Paul Konerko get back in action quickly.
Four Pujols homers, a Marlin massacre, and more of the same from Morton give the Cardinals, Brewers, and Pirates reason for optimism.
There are times when calling a pitcher “unlucky” because of a high HR/FB or BABIP is not accurate.
With the Phillies’ lineup finally intact, Charlie Manuel hopes his team will start scoring some runs in support of a strong pitching staff.
Michael looks at good hot corner candidates in this week’s Value Picks, including some imminent call-ups in Playing Pepper.