Ben and Sam talk to MLB’s Official Historian, John Thorn, about a trio of founding documents now up for auction that casts light on the truth behind baseball’s long-disputed origin story.
It’s Friday, Friday, got a sack of jokes for Friday.
The Cubs hold their breath to see how Kyle Schwarber is, while Al Pujols adds a walk-off to his career and the Phillies’ bullpen has already blown two late, and it’s still early.
It was not a great first week of the season for these two west coast hurlers. Here’s why.
Helping you set your fantasy rotation for next week with a look at the two-start pitchers.
If these players are on your league’s waiver wire, they might be worth a look, depending on the format.
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Jorge Mateo, Steven Moya, and Mallex Smith.
Mike identifies the flaws in the rules that typically govern basic fantasy formats.
What happens when the surest thing in baseball gets too old for an extension? If you aren’t careful, things get weird.
On the persistent and insidious tough luck that Cole Hamels has pitched under.
Examining players who might pique your interest in deeper formats.
Which rosters have scouts the most excited?