The tater trots for April 24. Jordany Valdespin goes out in grand fashion.
Does it matter that Joey Votto isn’t driving in runs?
Dave Dombrowski declared that the Tigers and their deposed closer were never ever getting back together, but they couldn’t stay apart.
Justin Upton continues to have himself a season.
News and notes from around the league for April 25, 2013
Early-April stats may be meaningless, but is even a full month of data enough to reach any significant conclusions? Mike investigates here.
Casper Wells has another new destination, and the Tigers grab a familiar closer.
Real-world examples show us that we use scouting and performance analysis in tandem all the time.
Ben and Paul talk to Corey Dawkins about Chad Billingsley’s elbow, then discuss the Mariners’ decision to start Robert Andino over Brendan Ryan and the state of Seattle’s organization.
The Braves are thriving thanks to Justin Upton. Our beat reporter also catches up with the Tigers, Albert Pujols, and the Rockies.
Mat Latos remained dominant on the mound last night. Tonight, Vernon Wells will try to continue his ownage of Mark Buehrle.
Rockies right-hander Chad Bettis showcased the power arsenal that could make him a dominant big-league reliever.