The tater trots for August 8, including an inside the parker from Eric Young Jr. and the first 2012 trot from Adam Rosales.
Introducing our latest mid-season publication.
A scouting report on Manny Machado, who received a surprising call-up to the big leagues on Wednesday night.
Yu Darvish is taking a different approach with two strikes than he did toward the start of the season.
This year’s Pirates haven’t crumbled like last year’s Pirates, and the reasons why start with team defense.
The Cardinals do something to correct their run differential/record discrepancy.
If you thought Jerome Williams’ save was ugly, you should have seen Dave Goltz’s back in 1973.
Ben and Sam discuss Manny Machado’s surprising promotion to the majors and Roy Oswalt’s tumultuous transition to the bullpen.
VP returns to the land of healthy veterans this week, highlighted by Blanton, Colon, and Bedard (yes, we’re just as surprised as you that Colon and Bedard qualify as “healthy veterans”).
If you’re out of the money, is it fair to your league’s leaders to make trades that could affect the first-place finish? Is it fair not to?
The Royals’ second dance with Betancourt ends in tears, while the Diamondbacks ditch Overbay and the Indians DFA Jose Lopez.
Jason doesn’t always agree with how some prospects are seen nationally, and so he examines three he likes more–and three he likes less–than most others.
Despite an early deficit, the Diamondbacks are making up ground in the NL West. Also, a conversation with Chris Sale, and tons of notes from scouts and front-office types.
Ryan Flaherty and Vicente Padilla hit the DL.
The A’s withstood the challenge of beating the Angels’ top pitchers in their most recent series.