Instead of limping into the 500-homer club, Albert Pujols went in leading the league.
Albert Pujols hits a big homer, Jose Fernandez and Alex Wood duel, plus more Tuesday action and Wednesday’s What to Watch.
A look at the hitters who could outperform their PECOTA projections in RBI.
Our fantasy crew’s favorite value picks at a spot where elite production is critical.
Paul Goldschmidt and Chris Davis lead the way, but there are plenty of power bats in the middle and lower tiers.
A look at the players who should improve after the All-Star break and those who might go the other way.
Next year’s draft season is still nine months away, but the lessons we’ve already learned this year could carry over.
Ben and Sam revisit some predictions and discussions from prior episodes to see how their thoughts have changed.
Ben and Sam discuss Matt Harvey’s response to hazing, Albert Pujols’ recent resurgence, and players we’re underrating because of the run environment.
Albert Pujols runs well, basically.
Ben and Sam talk about how a player’s willingness to crash into walls affects their expectations for him, then discuss whether Albert Pujols can improve if he keeps playing.
Albert Pujols has trouble running, because of the pain.
It’s Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton, but it’s not just Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton.
Albert Pujols is in pain and slow.
Ben and Sam discuss Scott Kazmir’s win over the weekend, then talk about the Angels’ outlook for the rest of this season and beyond.