Even players taken in the first round can turn out to be awesome surprises.
Picking apart the rest-of-season numbers reveals some interesting flaws.
The tater trots for June 7: talking about Big Papi.
Oakland’s rotation takes another hit, Hanley hits the DL, John Lackey returns but remains in the woods, and Brian Roberts and Denard Span offer additional opportunities for concussion discussion.
Five years after his last appearance in the Show, Ryan Vogelsong is finally making good in San Francisco.
The Twins’ 2011 struggles could have been foreseen, and not just with the aid of a crystal ball.
Craig takes a look at the RBI profiles of Jamey Carroll and Dan Uggla and examines the struggles of Uggla in 2011.
Ray Fosse, the victim of history’s most famous home-plate collision, weighs in on Buster Posey.
In his third column on Japanese-American player movement, Michael looks at the position players who followed in the wake of the unique Ichiro Suzuki.
A suggestion for the Reds at shortstop and notes on 37 more prospects as Kevin takes a trip through the day in the minors.