For one pitch in Friday’s Mets-Brewers game, neither batter nor pitcher knew what the other was up to.
The tater trots from September 16 (and the weekend). Anthony Rizzo spoiled the Pirates day in a big way, Ryan Braun had his own big day.
Sometimes you’re behind; sometimes you’re ahead. The race is long and in the end it’s only with yourself. (And the other teams in your league.)
Playing for one category might make sense this late in the season. Here are some limited players who might nonetheless pick up a point or two for you.
Though we’ve reached the playoffs for the minor leagues, there are still performances worth thinking about.
Ben and Sam talk about why they haven’t talked about the Reds more often, then discuss whether Anthony Rizzo has proved his critics wrong.
A look at Max Scherzer’s historic pace and how he may be pitching himself into Cy Young discussions.
Jed Lowrie is healthy and Gordon Beckham is hot again, leading to stretch-run VP stints for the pair of middle infielders.
Kevin Gregg and Francisco Cordero’s days of helping a team — even your fantasy team — seem to be over.
Buster Posey is having an extraordinary season, but he’s not the first position player to improve after recovering from a serious injury.
Running through the top quotes of the week that was.
Lorenzo Cain is done for the year, but Ben Sheets is on his way back.
The Braves made a big statement this weekend by sweeping the Nationals.
A look at baseball most efficient and inefficient teams and how much money helps a team’s chances of making the postseason.