There is no shortage of pitching studs out West, but the stockpile of hitters is not as strong.
A look at the week that was and some stories you may have missed while hiding your monitor from your boss.
Jason survives a scare while scouting AZL action.
Kevin examines the callup that surprised everyone today: Mike Trout.
An interactive visual look at Derek Jeter’s first 2,998 (and counting) hits.
Craig looks at Ryan Ludwick, how uncannily average he has been thus far in 2011, and what to expect from him going forward.
Jason reviews the first-half Tout Wars AL standings and looks at the teams and players that have accrued the most (and least) value.
Jay looks at Derek Jeter’s struggles trying to reach 3,000 hits and the corresponding struggles of his team last night.
Bill welcomes a DL-returnee and a surprising Kansas City pitcher to VP this week.
Enlisting the injury database to generate average days lost and TAv impacts for each injury, Corey and Ben tackle the feet of Evan Longoria and Charlie Blackmon, Wade Davis’ forearm, and Scott Baker’s elbow.
Since being swept by the Red Sox early last month, the Yankees have looked revitalized.
Rather than adding a wild card here or an AL team there, a baseball purist proposes blowing it all up and starting over with a solution that could satisfy everyone.