For baseball’s underdogs, why not here, why not now?
The Marlins have an ace in the hole that could help them scoop the NL East title
Kevin’s stroll around the big league divisions stops in the NL East, featuring a lot of high-profile talent that could move early.
BP’s new expert on pitcher mechanics debuts with a primer on the most important components of the pitching motion.
Andrew Bailey will be hitting the surgical table soon, a pitcher finds extra discomfort while vomiting, and the AL East bullpens suddenly look much thinner.
Opening Day is now Opening Days, but Bug Selig’s efforts to attract more casual fans by spacing out the openers haven’t spoiled the return of regular-season baseball.
With Vladimir Guerrero pondering Japan, Bill asks who will be the baseball’s final ex-Expo.
What are some of the nagging questions up and down the West Coast?
Long-term extensions for star players may be shortsighted moves by teams.
The unexpected success of a Triple-A retread can be more rewarding than the continued excellence of a major-league veteran.
Which players riding the pine might have a significant say in their teams’ win totals?
One writer did not like how 1959’s Opening Day was overshadowed by the introduction of seven would-be astronauts.