If Oliver Perez can start in the postseason, surely Tim Lincecum can too.
The Diamondbacks’ playoff odds hit zero, and exactly half the league is now out of it.
Manny Acta has never done anything but lose. Is this the sort of thing that should get a manager fired?
Jason has some scouting notes on Miguel Almonte, Taylor Jungmann, and Bubba Starling.
Ben and Sam discuss whether the A’s all-rookie rotation bodes well for their future, then talk about whether the average strikeout rate has risen too high.
The best way to win a debate is to make the argument for the other side better than your opponent does. To support Mike Trout’s MVP case, Russell tries taking the opposite stance.
Can mechanical changes help explain what went wrong with Dan Haren, Tommy Hanson, Jon Lester, and Ricky Romero this season?
A closer look at some of the most improbable pennant race comebacks and collapses in baseball history.
The strikeout rate is still rising, and strikeout records are dropping like flies.
Paul recaps his best and worst VP picks for the 2012 fantasy season.
Andrew McCutchen’s sore knee could keep him out a couple days.
There was a very good reason that Baseball Prospectus championed the idea that There’s No Such Thing As A Pitching Prospect. But is that an outdated idea?
The Astros have their next manager, the Pirates have their old GM, and Adam Greenberg has another chance.