In the Latest edition of Fringe Average, Jason reviews Dan Brown’s new novel “Inferno”, Mike offers tips on how to ensure your hydrangea reach a perfect bloom.
The Nationals call up a pitching prospect to fill in for the injured Ross Detwiler.
The Mariners replace Dustin Ackley with Franklin, Seattle’s fourth-best prospect on our offseason rankings.
Ben Francisco’s forgettable Yankees career comes to an end.
Over 19 games, the well-traveled 37-year-old second baseman hit better than .480. Four-eighty!
Sizing up a win-win trade that looks lose-lose so far.
The Daily Hit List: Not a bucketful of moose droppings.
Updates on Raul Adalberto Mondesi, Addison Russell, Mason Williams, Robert Stephenson, and others.
Though their win streak was halted yesterday, things are starting to look up for the Angels. Tonight, Edwin Jackson and Alex Rios will set the tone for a Windy City showdown.
News and notes from around the league for May 28, 2013.
Running through the notable quotes of the week that was.
Why the players who are destined to be Yankees aren’t the ones they once were.
The Dodgers skipper may be excited about the minor-league production of his organization’s top prospects, but neither ranks among Bret’s top 25.
Ben and Sam discuss the Phillies, Blue Jays, and being a buyer or seller in the multi-Wild Card era, then talk about the significance of Jose Canseco’s internet notoriety.