A look a Boston’s new temporary third baseman, Will Middlebrooks.
The Infield Fly Rule is easy to explain.
It’s been a struggle, but the RSS feed it going so you can add the show into iTunes
Royals SS Christian Colon and 21 others as Kevin takes his daily trip through the minors.
The tater trots for May 1: Brett Lawrie’s walkoff and Dee Gordon gets his first career home run.
Dee Gordon hits his first home run, two bench players push the limits of bad batting, Chris Davis keeps hitting, Clay Hensley exposes the unearned run, Derek Jeter hits cleanly in three of his five at-bats (or does he?), and more.
We talk about great pitching prospects being Future No. 1 starters, but what does that really mean?
It’s not all stale cigarettes and bad beer for the Twins. It’s mostly stale cigarettes and bad beer for the Twins.
Brian Matusz and Jerome Williams both shined on the mound on Tuesday night.
A BBWAA stamp of approval doesn’t mean a glorious career. Chris Coghlan is the latest to prove it.
The Padres pitching staff pools its knowledge about offense in an attempt to snap a hitless streak.
Reviewing Frank Deford’s new book, “Over Time,” and reflecting on how the advent of the internet has improved the quality of sportswriting.
Mike Trout and Bryce Harper arrive as Evan Longoria falls away.
Albert Pujols may be struggling, but there are major-league regulars doing even worse.
The Rays lose their top hitter to a hamstring injury.