Mark Reynolds can’t see.
A team that has often struggled with poor pitching in the past has done an excellent job of supplying arms from within.
Ben and Sam talk about how a player’s willingness to crash into walls affects their expectations for him, then discuss whether Albert Pujols can improve if he keeps playing.
In which the idea of Rick Ankiel starting the All-Star game is casually brought up, NBD, SMH.
How long fielding stats take to stabilize.
Jason and Paul were recording their podcast when, once again, an intriguing baseball story unfolded as Bryce Harper took on the wall…and the wall won.
Why Jon Heyman’s questions about WAR are worth asking, and answering.
Who has improved their draft stock with strong spring showings?
Travis Wood and Jeff Locke have both posted sub-3.00 ERAs to date. Which one is more likely to keep it up?
Adam Rosales, the victim of last week’s infamous blown replay call, gets some consolation atop this week’s list of junior-circuit players to consider in your fantasy leagues.
The A’s call up the formerly exciting Daric Barton, the Astros let go of the formerly exciting Rick Ankiel, and a couple closers head for the shelf.
Aaron Hicks finally flashed some of his potential last night. Tonight, Bartolo Colon will look to halt Ian Kinsler and the Rangers.
News and notes from around the league for May 14, 2013.