The Phillies summon a replacement pitcher from the farm.
About pain and sorrow and happiness and joy.
Ben and Sam discuss the short-lived success of starters without great stuff who rely on deception, then talk about Matt Harvey and the Blue Jays’ use (or abuse) of the waiver system.
News and notes from around the league for April 22, 2013.
Assigning a value to the coaches behind the arms.
Dissecting three matchups between two of baseball’s most must-watch players.
Does public criticism of Starlin Castro and Anthony Rizzo help the Cubs?
Relievers like Matt Belisle and Darren O’Day may not get save opportunities, but they can still help your team, especially in deep leagues.
Jurickson Profar leads off the inaugural edition of Bret’s look at little-owned players worthy of a spot on your bench.
Rain (and snow) has wreaked havoc on the schedule in the first few weeks, but bad weather isn’t always a significant drag on attendance.
David Ortiz is back, so Jackie Bradley, Jr. is back down; Julio Borbon is a Cub; Francisco Rodriguez is still a Brewer; and Brett Wallace goes for help.
Running through the notable quotes of the week that was.
The Dodgers are proving a baseball adage to be true. Tonight, Derek Holland will try to cool Mike Trout’s hot bat.