Brett Lawrie’s home-plate collision with John Hester.
A.J. Cole tries to right the ship, Wil Myers is blocked, and Matt Harvey could be an appealing call-up candidate for the competing Mets.
One benefit of having two distinct personalities is the ability to wish yourself happy birthday on twitter.
There are surprises that are awful, like Carl Crawford’s collapse. Then there are the other kind.
A look at how teams structure their payroll and the merits of the different strategies.
What do the White Sox, Tigers, and Indians need heading into the deadline, and where might they find it?
R.A. Dickey’s success raises a question: Do poor hitters do just as well against a knuckleball as good hitters? Derek investigates.
The Astros and Dodgers agreed to a trade, but Carlos Lee wasn’t interested. We can still talk about this non-trade, because this non-trade is still interesting.
Overlooked backstop Ryan Doumit and hot-hitting rookie Andrelton Simmons crack this week’s VP.
Running through the noteable quotables from the week that was.
Stephen Strasburg left his last start suffering from dehydration, but he should be ready to make his next turn in the rotation.