Ben and Sam banter about MLB’s copycat comedians, then discuss players whose big contracts seem much more movable (or unmovable) after perception-altering 2016 seasons.
We’re not even sure Jor-El Cotton could save the A’s.
No boats, no snowmobiles, and no skis.
Old, bad and out of control one year ago, the Tigers are old, good and for the moment clutching the second wild card spot.
A look at how the wise guys spent their money in expert leagues this week.
Notes on prospects who stood out over the holiday weekend, including Sean Newcomb, Matt Chapman, Brandon Woodruff, and Josh Staumont.
Examining players who might pique your interest in deeper formats.
Every year’s the same for Joey Votto, but within those years are terrifying lows and historic highs.
Brian Dozier is channeling June 1998 Sammy Sosa, and more from the Labor Day Weekend.
Surveying the ninth-inning situations around the league.
One of many reasons your baseball card collection is worthless: Projecting young ballplayers is tough.
So no one told you Walker would be hurt this way (clap x4) /
Your options suck, you bluff, you look to Triple-A…