How Cardinals first-round pick Michael Wacha maximized his value.
The Dodgers will be happy to have Andre Ethier for another half-decade, but is the price right?
The tater trots for June 11: there were only 6 home runs hit, but Mike Trout did have one of them.
Can two games make you the hottest hitter in the minors? How about if those two games include five home runs and 12 RBI?
The Astros aren’t exactly a success, but they certainly aren’t a failure. We bet you didn’t see that coming.
First in the NL Central, first in our hearts, 25th in our Hit List.
Russell Branyan and Jack Cust are hitting back to back at Scranton Wilkes/Barre, and they’re striking out, walking, and homering as often as you’d expect.
The advent and adoption of the PITCHf/x system has changed the way we scout pitchers, and more advances are still to come.
Michael sweeps four VPs off the list while bringing in two Rockies and two hot-hitting first base call-ups.
These guys are so good, they cut glass. They’re razor sharp.
Josh Johnson’s start against the Red Sox last night is a sign that he has recovered from his shoulder woes.
Of all the natural interleague rivalries, none are more viciously fought than the Vedder Cup series. Wait, you’ve never heard of it? Then read on!