The first-place Reds (it still sounds weird to us too) are adding a top prospect.
Notes on Kevin Kramer, Dane Dunning, Josh Staumont, Ian Happ, Brian Johnson, and more.
Important questions answered at Wrigley Field, Yoenis Cespedes keeps rolling, and Michael Martinez takes the mound.
Who does Scooter love? How about Matt Moore six times?
Taking notice of a 27-year-old rookie who’s suddenly crushing the ball.
Grab Asbrubal Cabrera and Michael Lorenzen while you still can. And how about the Ryan Zimmerman revival?
Where did these whiffers come from?
Nick Franklin keeps trying to live up to the hype, Desmond Jennings gives the Mets more outfield depth, and Edwin Jackson joins yet another organization.
Bad days are compared, bad players are broken down (and broken), and bad memories are cherished.
Maybe teams should be being even more aggressive signing prospects to long-term contracts.
Max Scherzer, Yu Darvish and Michael Fulmer represent the “Auto-Starts” this go-around. As for Steven Wright: Sit!
Let’s dip into why bat speed is one of the most important components of hitting, why there’s more than one kind of bat speed, and which prospects might be best to target based on the nature of their swing.
Kendall from Alex City had better baseball connections when he was a kid than he realized, and lessons learned half a lifetime ago are fueling his success for the A’s.