The career of A.J. Burnett, as told through the writers of BP past and present.
A.J. Burnett’s plans changed, and perhaps the Phillies’ will now, too.
Which teams’ glass slippers best fit the six still-unsigned top-50 free agents?
The teams and remaining free agents that still seem not to be talking.
The Orioles keep searching for a starter, A.J. Burnett and Ryan Madson remain available, and the Pirates look for first-base help.
The Orioles hope to sign two pitchers, and the Diamondbacks might be about to get richer.
The Cardinals went 9-10 versus the Pirates in the regular season, but that slate is wiped clean as the Central rivals tangle for the first time in October.
Paul helps you set your fantasy rotation for the coming week with a look at the two-start pitchers.
David Price turned in his third complete game in four starts to lead the Rays past the Red Sox. Tonight, Zack Greinke will try to sustain his success against Brandon Phillips.
Five hitters and five pitchers PECOTA thinks will sink in 2013.
Catchers can’t throw anyone out anymore. Why is that, and should we be worried?
A fascinating observation about the Padres!
A.J. Burnett gets a big vote of confidence from Paul in this week’s Planner. Oh, and there’s some analysis of two-start pitchers too.
A.J. Burnett, Jake Arrieta, and Alex Cobb for the crux of this week’s VP rotation
Starting Pitching VP returns with Niemann, Burnett, Doubront, and Parker
Pitchers continue to get injured while batting, so should baseball continue to require NL pitchers to hit?