Introducing a new career-value stat.
Vin Scully gets philosophical, and Meg follows him there.
If these players are on your league’s waiver wire, they might be worth a look, depending on the format.
First Queensryche joke of the year; now on pace for 13 this season.
The Braves and the Twins slouch toward the first overall pick, while Jaime Garcia almost pulls a Velasquez.
There Is No Offseason (TINO) is a Baseball Prospectus fantasy podcast focusing exclusively on dynasty league formats. Somehow, they’ve forcibly made America listen to this.
With help from Twins fan Aaron Gleeman and Braves fan Alex Remington, Ben and Sam attempt to determine which of MLB’s two winless teams has had the more demoralizing start to the season.
The corollary to Yoenis Cespedes should be an upper, even if it ended as a downer.
The best pitching performance of the season so far, as told in the best dozen or so pitches thrown.
Advice on resisting the urge to overreact to results from the first week-and-change of the regular season.
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Dillon Tate, Max Fried, Kohl Stewart, A.J. Reed, and Jomar Reyes.
When you spend too much time admiring the beauty of the trees, you don’t realize the forest is on fire.
Helping you set your fantasy rotation for next week with a look at the two-start pitchers.
You have questions, we have answers.
Find out who’s worth watching on every team in the International League.
The accidental prophet who discovered the greatness of Dallas Keuchel and Dee Gordon tries to anticipate baseball’s next breakout.