Google’s biographic pictures of baseball players aren’t always what you expect.
The tater trots for May 21: Giancarlo Stanton is a mother’… Also, Leake’s great sprint on his first career home run.
Notes from around the day in the minor leagues.
Jacoby Ellsbury, bunting a baseball, into his face
In 1955, noted “New Yorker” artist Saul Steinberg did a spread about baseball for “Life” magazine.
Another day, another Red Sox player hits the DL, and Lance Berkman gets bad news.
This season’s most significant corner infield call-up makes this week’s Value Picks list, along with an old, dependable, and much-maligned first baseman.
Is Felipe Paulino for real, or is he a small sample size fluke?
Where there’s bad offense, there’s good pitching. Usually.
Great small-sample seasons might not be the most valuable, but they’re often among the most entertaining.