In a box of computer-related detritus my parents didn’t want to get rid of without my input exists a still-in-package CD-ROM, complete with what can only be cereal dust caught in the tighter corners of the plastic. On further inspection, the disc is #6 of a six-disc collaborative promotional effort from Post, AOL, EA Sports,…
Part four in a division-by-division dialogue leading up to Opening Day.
The Tigers, Indians, and Royals have separated themselves from the Twins and White Sox, but which will emerge victorious?
Detroit reasserts its dominance in the AL Central.
The San Diego Padres have been major players this offseason, and teams in the NL West have been put on notice.
The Phillies could add a bat soon, the Dodgers probably aren’t done spending, and information about the lead-up to the Royals-Rays blockbuster is coming to light.
Running through the notable quotes of the week that was.
How will a major-league team’s manager affect your fantasy team’s stolen-base totals?
How good are the hauls teams received in recent trades?
The routes the White Sox and Tigers have taken to contention in the AL Central are completely different.
The White Sox acquire Francisco Liriano from their division rival, the Minnesota Twins.
The Tigers and Marlins complete the first-ever draft pick trade in a prospect-laden deal.
What do the White Sox, Tigers, and Indians need heading into the deadline, and where might they find it?
What are some of the big questions surrounding the AL and NL Central?
Talking White Sox and Indians in our preview coverage of the division so nice we had to break it up and discuss it twice.