The tater trots for July 14. After two weeks off, the tracker returns for Byrd’s first home run with a cheek protector.
The trade market may not be rife with superstars, but some teams needn’t look beyond their own farm system.
Tommy looks at the difficulty in improving one’s control but three pitchers who have managed to do so thus far in 2011.
A wave of talented 27-and-under arms has crested in the majors, suppressing run-scoring and prompting questions about where and how it originated.
Jose Bautista exits a game early, Josh Johnson still isn’t allowed to start throwing, Brett Anderson finally gets a new UCL, Carlos Gonzalez nurses a sore wrist, and another oblique strain is added to the list.
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the oldest team without a title.
Bill welcomes Mark Buehrle and Carlos Villanueva to the list as he waits for the second half to start.
With many back-of-the-rotation starters getting two starts coming out of the All-Star break, pickings are slim in this week’s Weekly Planner.
The bombiest of the position-playing kamikazes could be improved through promotions or trades.