The Rays reliever is caught with something extra in his glove.
Can knuckleballers like R.A. Dickey control the speed and movement of their knucklers depending on the count?
Red Sox catcher Ryan Lavarnway heats up and notes from around the minors.
A team of Brandons are helping the A’s succeed.
The Reds have the lowest payroll of any first-place team, in large part because they haven’t had to reach outside the organization for talent. Can they keep it up?
Pitches move too fast for batters to see, so how do they hit the ball? And what does that have to do with Chad Bradford?
Not all hot prospects will be stars, and that’s a hard pill to swallow.
With solid replacement options dwindling, most of Michael’s Value Picks stick around, but several are in their final weeks on the list.
With the Dodgers poised to be buyers this summer, RJ looks at GM Ned Colletti’s trading record.
The Cubs get their catcher back, but they lose their top trade chip to the DL.
The keys to the Angels’ recent success and the Rangers’ downturn could be the fortunes of two superstars and two ex-Padres.