Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow and Rockets general manager Daryl Morey after the Rockets clinched the playoffs.
Defending Marty Foster, and why arguing balls and strikes is never as simple as it seems.
With 8.42 strikeouts per game through their first seven games, the Astros are on pace for a major-league record.
News and notes from around the league for April 9, 2013.
It was an off day for some, but not for the Hit List!
Jason Cole catches up with the Diamondbacks’ top right-handed pitching prospect and shows him flashing his skills.
The silliest-looking swings at outside pitches, and the pitchers who induce them.
Which of these three home runs by Justin Upton was hit the farthest?
The Dodgers add a (washed-up?) catcher, while the A’s, Astros, and Blue Jays go bargain shopping.
Xavier Cedeno recently joined a not-quite-exclusive club that no pitcher wants to be a part of.
Two Red Sox position players could have sneaky value, and the door may not be closed on Jose Valverde just yet.
Things looked great for the Cardinals yesterday… until the bullpen got involved. Tonight, Coco Crisp will look to continue his hot streak against the Angels.
Jason looks through list of players added in NFBC leagues over the past week and offers notes on a bunch that surprisingly remain unowned in many of them.
Ben and Sam talk about the performance impact of velocity loss, then discuss the Astros’ astronomical early-season strikeout rate.