The love that dare not speak its name. (Which is to say, the love of Delmon Young’s bat.)
Examining the mechanical changes that have driven the success of Jon Lester, Clay Buchholz, and the Red Sox.
In honor of Oakland’s 19-inning victory, here are 19 team comments. Plus nine more in honor of Detroit’s nine-inning victory, and two more in honor of our big victory in WWII.
News and notes from around the league for April 30, 2013.
Angels pitchers are having an extremely difficult time locating the strike zone this year, and some of their star sluggers aren’t hitting.
On Monday night, the Angels and the A’s took Ernie Banks’ refrain a little too seriously. Tonight, Jose Bautista will get his first look at Jon Lester this season.
Fresh up from Triple-A, Yankees long reliever Vidal Nuno makes his Watch List debut this week, among five other players.
The first installment of a new series, in which a member of our prospect team will step into the Red Sox’ shoes and conduct a shadow draft.
Ben and Sam discuss the news about Stephen Strasburg’s forearm and talk about why Manny Machado’s performance this season hasn’t gotten more attention.
The Brewers’ young shortstop deserves to be talked about.
How did Chase Utley become the best percentage basestealer in baseball?
Jason examines whether McLouth’s adjustments at the plate can stand the test of time, and his fantasy value in the event that they don’t.