The guys aren’t dead! Just a brief hiatus, but they are back to talk tons of pitching greatness including youngster Max Scherzer and Matt Harvey!
R.J. goes back over his free agent rankings to see what teams knew that he didn’t.
After seemingly endless rumors linking Denard Span to the Nationals, Washington got its man.
If an expansion team with a Yankees budget wanted to build a team out of this year’s free agents, what would it look like?
The names baseball will be obsessing over for the next three months.
How many Altuves is Jose Altuve from the disabled list?
The pitcher health problems in the AL East continue: The Yankees lose a pair of starting pitchers.
Bryce Harper went 0-for-7 with five strikeouts against the Yankees on Saturday. What did New York’s pitchers throw him?
Drops in fastball velocity usually lead to spikes in ERA, but a handful of pitchers have made slower fastballs work for them this year.
Though recent trends might indicate otherwise, aged pitchers rarely return to form after year-long layoffs.
What veteran players biding their time in Triple-A might help a big-league club in 2012?
Andy Pettitte’s decision to return to baseball was unexpected, but there’s nothing surprising about a major leaguer’s desire to continue playing.
How do the junior circuit’s rotations shake out when offseason additions are tallied?
As pitchers and catchers report to sunny climes this week–soon to be joined by hitters, beer vendors, and spring breakers–much will be made of the battle for the five slots in the New York Yankees’ starting rotation.