The Astros make their first move of the trade season, moving their second baseman to the West Coast.
The tater trots for July 18: Panda’s near splash hit; Jones nearly falls over the wall.
What the Red Sox can/will do with red-hot Ryan Lavarnway and notes on more than 40 prospects.
While some home-run hitters can make it look easy, nothing about Jim Thome has ever looked effortless.
Managers often find themselves seduced by the lure of high save totals and set roles, but it’s to their own detriment.
Does Rays prospect Desmond Jennings deserve his reputation as an injury-prone player?
In his debut as a BP regular, Sam wonders whether we’ll ever see a hurler throw nothing but heat, and whether we should.
Jason looks at how how relief pitchers perform in the season following a heavy workload.
While you will burn your neck and suffer heat stroke watching prospects develop in the Arizona League, there is a small oasis of potential stars that makes the pilgrimage worth it.
The skinny on a few stats that have seen recent changes.
The Orioles are pondering making a switcharoo with one of their better arms.
While the desert is reputed for its retirement-community feel, a youth movement is coming ashore, while in Hollywood, the stars may be young, but the home team ain’t.
Michael welcomes a toolsy young shortstop and a rugged veteran with a history of quality hitting (and injuries) to VP this week.