The tater trots for August 15: Felix Hernandex perfectly transcends home runs, Scott Rolen keeps hustling.
The National League East could come down to baserunning. The Nationals have the edge in the standings, but the Braves’ baserunners have kept it close.
So much power in these rankings that [topical Melky Cabrera reference]
If these guys didn’t hit the ball out of the park, they probably weren’t scoring.
If you can believe in Chris Carter, you can believe in this year’s Athletics.
Ben and Sam discuss how they came to know that Melky Cabrera was about to be suspended for a positive PED test before the news broke, and how they decided what to do about it.
Felix Hernandez put on a perfect performance against the Rays during a matchup at Safeco yesterday.
Neither a scout nor a former Red Sox player has much hope for the team and its torn clubhouse.
Neil Walker dislocated his finger, but he might not need a trip to the DL.
We haven’t seen much of Michael Ynoa since the A’s signed him to a big bonus in 2008, but he’s healthy now and still showing plenty of promise.
With persistence, a plan and a few well-placed risks, Derek turned around a struggling Tout Wars team.
The Astros haven’t surprised anybody. But one Astro has.
Minor Minor joins a trio of talented yet underowned incumbents in this week’s VP.
Jason’s been thinking about a few minor leaguers who are getting close to big-league promotions.