Tommy Pham has legs. Do you know Yanio Perez? What’s Max Scherzer’s trade value?
Hicks struggled over four seasons with the Twins and Yankees, but he’s one of the best hitters in the majors so far in 2017.
Mike Trout is so amazing that the Angels are actually decent.
Jose Berrios dominates the Rockies, Julio Teheran plunks Jose Bautista, Jarrod Dyson does it all, and the Rangers keep winning.
Comings and goings and hurtings and returnings. Here’s what you might have missed this week in the minors.
Aaron Judge is turning out better than expectations, while Robert Gsellman is not.
The origin story of Marlins Man, Padres Fall Apart, and the moral certitude of Bronson Arroyo.
It was a good first quarter for the Rockies, Yankees, Nationals, and Diamondbacks.
Notes on Jahmai Jones, Sam Travis, Josh Staumont, Cody Reed, Austin Hays, Rhys Hoskins, and more.
Since when does Colorado have too many capable pitchers?
In the NL, Gerrit Cole gets the band back together, and Jon Lester remains steady if less spectacular than the 2016 version. In the junior circuit, Carlos Carrasco and Dallas Keuchel are must-plays.