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The tater trots for April 22: big time celebrations from Robinson Cano and Luis Valbuena, remarkable consistency from Ryan Roberts.
What can Hisashi Iwakuma’s early season work teach us about using the most effective stats available?
Jason Heyward had an appendectomy on Monday night and will miss some time. Could the Braves have prevented this? Should they have?
Ben and Sam discuss the velocity losses of some of baseball’s best starters, then talk about whether players should have prophylactic appendectomies.
The only J.T. Snow joke you’re likely to read today.
News and notes from around the league for April 23, 2013.
A pair of Rays infielders heads this week’s list of junior-circuit players who might be worth a look if they are on your league’s waiver wire.
Jason examines a group of players whose spring-training performances have carried over into April and another group whose haven’t.
Don’t sleep on Joe Mauer’s mid-career awesomeness.
Where “Catch the Fever” came from.
Fifteen former major leaguers you might not realize are still in organized baseball.
The Milwaukee Brewers have surged to within one game of the NL Central lead. Today, Clayton Kershaw will do battle with David Wright and the Mets.
The Rockies have gotten off to a surprisingly quick start this season, while the Dodgers have looked sluggish. Why?