Happy belated birthday, Mike Trout.
Craig Kimbrel has been unhittable after a first-pitch strike.
A look at Aaron Hicks’rebound and notes from around the day in the minors.
You don’t have to be old to be lousy.
The Angels will have to decide on a Mike Trout extension at some point. What are their options?
Ben and Sam discuss the significance of Mike Trout’s 21st birthday and Mets manager Terry Collin’s comments about injured reliever Tim Byrdak’s workload.
A look at how Chris Carter has revitalized his career with some important mechanical adjustments.
In the inaugural PITCHf/x mailbag, Harry and Dan examine how batters and pitchers behave on 3-0 counts.
Bill revisits a question raised on this site earlier in the season, and asks whether Heyward’s excellent two months give us a more definitive answer.
Alexi Ogando and Al Alburquerque are the relievers du jour in this edition of Value Picks.
Some very good baseball players are doing some very bad things this year.
What sorts of questions will contenders be asking themselves in the season’s last two months?
Zach McAllister hasn’t allowed a lot of earned runs, but he’s allowed a lot of runs nonetheless. Here’s how.
Rockies reliever Mike Ekstrom was recently warned for taking too long to throw his warm-up pitches. Adam gets inside his head to find out what was taking so long.
Even when they provide the most predictable outcomes, the Nationals and Astros keep games interesting.