Are the stats missing something the Tigers’ skipper sees?
No arguments. Just two pieces worth your time.
Evan Gattis makes his way to the majors.
The Marlins find a new way to be an embarrassment.
Kicking off a new series of articles covering the 2013 MLB Draft.
Announcing the arrival of the 2013 PECOTA percentiles.
Chris reports on a quartet of prospect works in progress he scouted during his recent trip to Florida.
The fourth installment of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
Craig Kimbrel stands alone at the top, with Jonathan Papelbon and Aroldis Chapman nipping at his heels.
Bret reveals some of his favorite players to target late in drafts, as the pickings get slim.
The Dodgers expect to compete for the World Series, Zack Greinke discusses sabermetrics, the Yankees get Vernon Wells, Kyle Lohse gets a job, and the Cardinals have a rash of bad luck.
The 2011 Cy Young Award winner leads an exceptionally deep crop of senior-circuit starters.
The future price that each team that improved over the offseason paid.
Ben and Sam talk about Tim McCarver’s impending retirement and share their thoughts on broadcasting, then discuss whether changes in players’ routines have reduced the importance of clubhouse chemistry.
We continue our tour of the nation’s 40-man rosters.
The Nationals don’t have the healthiest Top 10, but there’s plenty of upside.