Brian Matusz and Jerome Williams both shined on the mound on Tuesday night.
Albert Pujols may be struggling, but there are major-league regulars doing even worse.
Is Adam Jones becoming the type of player the Orioles should build around?
Jay hates your favourite team. Here’s why.
Spring training is nearly over, but each team still has some nagging questions to answer.
Orioles starter Brian Matusz followed his disastrous 2011 season with a successful 2012 spring training, but do we really know anything more about him than we did a month ago?
Kevin continues his Divisional tour by stopping in the AL east, looking at which prospects and which affiliates are going to be most interesting.
The punches keep on coming for the Mets, while other players deal with various sprains, bruises, and soreness.
Offering at least one reason to tune in to each potentially talent-challenged team when you’re flipping through your MLB.tv options this season.
Returns to the rotation for Neftali Feliz, Daniel Bard, and Chris Sale this spring might signal a renewed appreciation for the significance of the starting pitcher.
What kind of production do teams receive from players tabbed to replace superstars?
We won’t know who’ll top this season’s standings for a while, but what the bottom will look like is almost assured.
Which outfielders and DHs proved to be the biggest black holes in the majors?
I ran across a piece at the Baltimore Sun Web site, read through it, then spent two hours on an exercise bike and at the driving range to try to calm down. It hasn’t worked, so I want to run through this piece, and begin to scratch the surface of what’s wrong in Baltimore.