Derek Jeter’s (hypothetical) career provides a good example of what could happen if Bryce Harper moves down in the batting order this year.
The latest installment of The New York Times bestselling series is now shipping.
The Orioles are confounding for projection season.
A look back at what the stats said was in store for Aroldis Chapman when he emigrated from Cuba.
Seven years later, the book still isn’t closed on the mega-deal between Boston and Florida.
Ben and Sam preview the Pirates’ season with R.J. Anderson, and Pete talks to Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Pirates beat writer Rob Biertempfel (at 17:03).
Updating the Glavine Line and looking for the next immortal.
The Yankees are down a starter and a center fielder, while the Red Sox might be down a third baseman. The Dodgers happen to have a surplus of starters, though.
The Blue Jays are confident they will not turn into the 2012 Marlins, Brett Wallace is looking strong, and the Indians have an abundance of center fielders.