The tater trots for October 1: Miguel Cabrera closes the refrigerator door…
Meet Rob Murphy, the man on the all-time ERA leaderboard.
Ben and Sam discuss Jeff Luhnow’s plan to interview his players at the end of each season, then talk about why players and front-office executives are backing different candidates for AL MVP.
R.A. Dickey will make his final start of the season tonight. You know how good he’s been at retiring batters, but you might not know about something else he excels at.
Mike Trout and Miguel Cabrera don’t have anything to play for the rest of this season, but they have two more games to state their case for MVP.
Paul closes out VP’s season with his starting pitcher review.
Recent BP addition Chris Mellen files from the Instructional Leagues, where he covers other people’s recent additions.
The Twins get some salary relief, and Steve Pearce is on the move again.
A handy guide to understanding what WARP means without many numbers.
What can a closer look at Carl Crawford’s shifting approach at the plate tell us about his likelihood of success in Los Angeles?
Ever wondered what would happen if five teams tied for a division title? Don’t expect any answers: the scary thing is, no one knows.
A look at whether the Dodgers’ new regional sports network will help them avoid revenue-sharing duties.