A key piece of the Red Sox rotation comes back, Alfonso Soriano keeps slugging, Ricky Romero returns, and more.
The Yankees’ big trade deadline acquisition pays off with a pair of big days.
The Yankees add an old player who’s healthy and can hit, while the Cubs continue to remodel their roster.
After being written off as a useful asset in 2011, Alfonso Soriano unexpectedly assumed an important role for the Cubs in 2012. How did it happen?
Ben and Sam discuss players who turn down trades to contenders, Yu Darvish, and their standards for playoff starters.
Which NL starters are off to a worse start than the Angels’ not-yet-sluggy first baseman?
It’s too early to look at statistical leaderboards, but sometimes we have to anyway.
The first part of a roundtable discussion about how teams in the NL Central will fare in the 2012 season.
It’s hard to say if the Baseball Writers Association will ever give Alex Rodriguez the MVP award he’s due, but Internet Baseball Awards electors voted Rodriguez his second Internet AL Player of the Year award in 2002 by a decisive margin; he won almost 70% of the first-place votes.