Jake Arrieta has a good changeup. What this post presupposes is: What if he has two?
Ben and Sam banter about Rich Hill, a controversial game-ending call, and bad baseball ads, then answer listener emails about unfun facts, Theo Epstein’s future, and who’s seen the most major league baseball.
The Royals have unleashed a potent combination of speed and smart baserunning to strike fear in the hearts of the opposition.
The Mets finally won another one against Kansas City, the new slide rule has a second consecutive controversial day, and Carlos Correa makes a highlight.
Does Jorge De La Rosa give the Rockies, and their front office, hope for a sustainable future?
Opening Day is about lasting memories, but also completely forgettable non-memories.
The U.S. Cellular Field video system expenditure looks like a totally legal, yet gross misappropriation of state funds.
Wilson goes out on a few limbs, putting big-time stock in Delino DeShields, Mychal Givens, and others.
Ben recounts the trades he made in an effort to restore his dynasty-league squad into a contender down the road.
Some 2016 predictions that may surprise you. And some that probably won’t.