Value Picks shoots off some fireworks of its own on the Fourth as Michael blows up three VPs to make room for more young talent and offering the latest news on marginal players in Playing Pepper.
Michael welcomes yet another Colorado middle infielder, says goodbye to another, and talks about Pittsburgh’s new versatile shortstop.
Designated by the Red Sox only to find himself heading to Miami.
Diamondbacks general manager Kevin Towers has a history of turning trash to treasure, even though all his shrewd moves don’t always work out.
Does a recent rash of experimentation with six-man rotations make sense, and is it likely to be emulated in future seasons?
Rich Harden resurfaces at just the right time, Travis Snider getting off the schneid means bad news for Juan Rivera, the Dodgers’ Dee Gordon fails his first audition, the D’backs lose their closer, the Yankees release some insurance, and more.
Checking in on the pre-season over/unders to see who’s exceeding or underperforming expectations halfway through the season.
Matt Wieters, Jim Sundberg, Russell Martin, Francisco Rodriguez, Eric Hosmer, and Melky Cabrera can make your hair fall out.
One prospect is unhittable on Independence Day, while a first-rounder from last year gets shipped to his team’s spring training complex.