Philadelphia fights back against the NL West’s strangehold on the bottom.
The lion, the fox, the jackal, and the wolf, with the Yankees starring as the lion.
Jacob deGrom and Jeff Samardzija dig the long ball, Eddie Butler gets his sleeves cut off, and Orlando Arcia hits an inside-the-park home run.
His home runs are up, but what about his batting average and stolen bases? Lindor hasn’t been nearly as valuable as in recent seasons, and it seems to stem from an early season power surge.
Meg wonders what Joey Votto’s deal is for a second, while Holly and James dive into marketing strategies for baseball, which attain varying levels of success.
Ryan McMahon headlines the weekend action.
Joey Wentz, Jacob Nix, and another update on Scott Kingery.
When skimming the list of Blue Jays greats, one thing will jump out at you: Some impressive facial hair.
Breaking down the Royals’ choices in last week’s draft.
Teams are becoming less and less dependent on singles to generate runs.