Once a prized prospect, Poreda is now waiver bait.
The tater trots for June 12: Prince Fielder’s blast, Big Papi pushes the limits, Longoria’s inside-the-parker.
The increasingly heated Yankee/Red Sox rivalry, the Tigers tied for first, and an Adam Dunn sighting.
A slow injury weekend affords an opportunity for a primer on the various imaging techniques used in sports medicine.
Michael graduates one Value Pick and gives up on another in his continuing quest for fantasy value at the infield corners.
Jason looks at the difference between a high BABIP for a young player versus one for an old player.
Even when directors include baseball, they should know better than to cast a chimp in the movie.
A pair of Robinsons are stating their case for a callup, while there was some weird baseball in Myrtle Beach.
Hamels’ inconsistency has been greatly exaggerated, John Mallee suffers a fate he didn’t deserve, and more.
A host of injuries has forced Minnesota manager Ron Gardenhire to get creative in order to dig out of the team’s early deficit.
In a return look at Russell Carleton’s original study, Derek tries to find at what point stats stabilize and can be trusted.