Paul and Doug discuss the phenom Shelby Miller and how his 2-pitch arsenal makes for interesting sequencing followed by why superstar Clayton Kershaw wasn’t quite himself.
After making quick work of the minors, Wood could make a smooth transition to the Braves bullpen, but his fantasy value depends heavily on the type of league you play in.
Colome’s fastball-curveball tandem might fit better in the bullpen, but the Rays will give him a rotation trial while Alex Cobb and David Price are out.
Unraveling the secret of an unusual pitch.
Is there meaning in checked swings, and can teams take advantage of it?
Within: long cons, anagrams, neck fat.
Player report supplementing the 2013 Dissecting the Draft series.
The Cardinals dip into their Triple-A rotation to reinforce their depleted big-league staff.
Any baseball team would be thrilled to add one of Bryce Harper, Manny Machado, or Mike Trout to its roster, but which of the trio would the BP staff prefer? How would the staff rank each player?
Taking a closer look at the young Oriole starter’s mechanics.
Two closers jump into the top tier, as Mike catches you up on the latest news and shuffling from the league’s bullpens.
A trick play worth trying.
A pair of players joined the three-homers-in-a-game club yesterday. Today, Jeremy Guthrie will try to lock down the Cardinals’ lefties.
The Cubs might have an ugly record, but the team feels that better days are ahead. Our beat man also checks in on Dustin Pedroia, Ian Kennedy, the Mariners, and scouts.
Ben and Sam discuss the Royals’ power outage and the comments made by their hitting coach, then talk about surprising physical signs that scouts study.
Kris Bryant seems to be a consensus top-three pick among most prospect gurus, but Nick doesn’t agree.