Paul and Doug breakdown the game of the year that wasn’t as Justin Verlander and Yu Darvish fail to match the hype of their matchup.
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A Rangers reliever returns to the majors in the midst of a career-redefining resurgence.
In which the Angels are ahead of all three teams tied for first place in the NL West.
A slap hitter adapts, but his days are still numbered.
Jason Cole catches up with the Mariners’ top pitching prospect.
An AL scout weighs in on the evaluation of catcher receiving skills.
News and notes from around the league for May 23, 2013.
Matt Garza returns, former future-closer Eduardo Sanchez gets claimed, and the Rangers call up a pitcher who, you’ll eventually figure out while reading box scores, is not Randy Wolf.
Third basemen steal the show this week, as Paul offers six junior-circuit players worth a look if they are free agents in your leagues.
In this week’s edition, Mike obliges multiple reader requests by adding tiers to the reliever rankings, to go with the regular news and notes.
Putting eyes on Miguel Almonte, Branden Kline, Tyler Anderson, Burch Smith, Gerrit Cole, Josh Hader, Allen Webster, and Chris Martin.
The win might be a silly statistic, but does it affect pitchers’ performance?
Ben and Sam talk about some recent conflicts between veterans and young players, then discuss Don Mattingly’s comments about the Dodgers’ lack of grit.
Don Mattingly’s message to the Dodgers yesterday might have fired his team up for a victory over the Brewers. Tonight, Ervin Santana matches up against the Angels.
Lessons learned from lessons taught (or, perhaps, some less mawkish description of this article)