The Dodgers re-rebrand, the best places in baseball to cry, and the All-Philosopher lineup.
Writing on the weight of streaks, real-life translations of errors, and searching for the new bat flip.
Rich Hill’s perfect game dies in front of us, Jered Weaver’s career grinds to a halt, and TV’s Monk holds up.
Orson Welles returns to the microphone, baseball players as iconography, and a review of a pleasant little board game.
Dodgers use of 10-day DL and six viable starters has aided their rotation and might give them an advantage all season. How can fantasy players take advanatge?
Holly celebrates the resurrection of Phillipe Aumont, Meg celebrates the eleven deaths of Clayton Kershaw, and Trevor talks aliens.
Mariners prospect Tyler O’Neill robs you of your individuality. Meanwhile, Eric Gagne exists.
Just when it looked like Chase Utley might be a regular again, here comes Kendrick to take him out at the knees.
The Dodgers finally select a manager, and it’s not the choice that felt inevitable a few weeks ago.
The Mets finished off the Dodgers with a combination of sustained velocity and Daniel Murphy magic.
It’s the hair versus the brain for a date with the Cubs.
The playoffs, and a new villain, return to Queens and the Mets greet both with an offensive outburst.
The Dodgers and Cardinals fight for their playoff lives on the road.
Come for your Jake Arrieta fix, stay for the emerging drama between the Dodgers and Mets.
On one ground ball, the Mets and Dodgers went from playing a great series to an unforgettable one.
Kyle Hendricks and Zack Greinke try to even the series.