An expert on the physics of baseball tackles a common question.
When you’re dealing with Pete Rose in the mid-1980s, anything is worth preserving.
The second installment of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
The offseason saga of a free agent starter ends with his signing by the Brewers.
The past three Cy Young Award winners make up the top tier, while the Angels land three-fifths of their rotation in the one-star level.
What fans of the Astros, Twins, Marlins, and Rockies should be hoping happens this season.
Other arms in the Mariners system got more press entering the spring, but Brandon Maurer has come away with a rotation job.
Mike adjusts his bid limits based on the latest injury news and the players’ Tout Wars price tags.
Ben and Sam discuss Yasiel Puig’s spring hot streak, how perceptions of him have changed since his signing, and what the Dodgers will do with him now.
Spring training does not bring out the best in everybody, as Matt found.
How does Ian Kennedy get so many whiffs with so little zip?
And why we find it so difficult to remember how quickly the end can come for professional athletes.
Potential roster moves could leave the Athletics and Orioles juggling multiple platoon options.
A closer look at the impending free agents who have the most riding on a return to form or a return to health in 2013.