The Yankees cleanup hitter tonight is journeyman minor leaguer Steve Pearce.
The tater trots for August 27 (and the full weekend).
It’s hard to draw conclusions about manager abilities, but Ben looks at how each of five managers hired before the season have performed this year.
The Reds have reached 100 percent playoff odds. Thirteen teams are at zero.
Ben and Sam question the conclusions of an article in The Atlantic about racial bias in baseball broadcasting, then talk about whether Brian McCann’s best is behind him and whether his down year is the result of bad hitting hitting or bad luck.
A look at Matt Moore’s underwhelming season and where his future value lies.
The Value Picks list continues to hit well, but Michael finds room for a newly healthy Luke Scott as well as a host of marginal talent in Playing Pepper.
The Rockies’ Adam Ottavino has emerged as an excellent long man this year. Does this mean he should be moved to the rotation?
Baseball teams don’t always choose wisely when it comes to the music they play at the ballpark.
The Padres’ glimpse into the future continued last night when Casey Kelly debuted.
Franklin Guttierez finally returns from the DL.
There was a time when both Casey Kotchman and James Loney ranked ahead of Adrian Gonzalez on prospect charts.
Jason takes his crazy to Staten Island to catch a few NY prospects in action.