A look at the new right-hander in the Rays rotation
Carlos Pena was a key part of the Rays hot start to the season. At a time when the team is missing key bats due to injury, the team is missing Pena’s bat to ineffectiveness.
The Nationals’ worst pitcher might be your team’s best pitcher.
A giant update with Cody Buckel and notes on 44 more prospects.
The tater trots for May 17: Jose Lopez goes to the top of the charts while Marlon Byrd goes to the bottom.
Paul takes a tour of the league’s two-start pitchers to see which are worth using this week.
Speedsters are the theme of this week’s outfield VP with Revere and Brantley joining the crew.
Jason and Paul get together for episode 4 and lose track of time.
The perversion of the schedule to enjoy a few geographic rivalries has an outsized effect on who’s playing in October, at least for one more season.
What are the real mechanical precursors of pitcher injury? And what is the real lesson of Mark Prior’s injury history?
Padres DFA their second basemen, and the Blue Jays send down Lind.
The Twins change their mind about placing Ryan Doumit on the DL.
The Orioles have the best record in the American League, but is this another early-season mirage?
James McDonald continued to shine yesterday in what is turning out to be a breakout season.
After looking like he was on his last legs in 2009 and again in 2010, David Ortiz has returned to near-peak form. How did he do it?
Andrew Miller makes Jose Molina look like a worse hitter than usual, David Price makes Nick Swisher’s head explode, Chris Davis makes baseball look easy (or hard), and more.