Two events happened this weekend that are just too important to be a coincidence…
Aroldis Chapman has struck out a lot of batters.
Just over a year ago, Jim Riggleman was managing a team on the cusp of greatness. Revisiting his and others’ bad decisions.
There were 45 games played this weekend and Matt watched every single one.
When the Orioles extended Adam Jones, he was hitting like a player possessed. Now that he’s back to being the old Adam Jones, have the deal’s detractors been proven right?
Different teams have different priorities at this time of the year. Are steps needed to keep it from becoming a problem?
A few late-year promotions are looking pretty good, and a few even have the chance to get big league looks before too long.
Ben and Sam discuss the impact of CC Sabathia’s elbow soreness on the Yankees’ short- and long-term outlooks, and the difference between winning a division and winning a wild card under the new playoff format.
The Mets beat the Braves on Sunday night, but as often happens, their bullpen almost blew it.
The Padres sale, the potential A’s move, ESPN and FOX broadcasts, and umpire ejections are all examined in this week’s Bizball.
Manny Machado has welcomed himself to the majors with huge offensive performances.
Breakout rookie sensation Manny Machado joins the VP crew this week.
Running through the notable quotes from the week that was.
Zack Greinke is famous for experimenting on the mound. How extraordinary is the range of his repertoire?
Ryan Vogelsong has arguably surpassed his WTF 2011 season for WTFness. A new level of success requires a new look at how he’s doing it.