After getting beat up by the Yankees, Jerome Williams might wish the Angels kept him on the DL a little longer.
The tater trots for April 14: Kemp’s big day, Helton finds the fountain of youth, Big Papi’s first trot, and a pair of speedsters.
Jay hates your favourite team. Here’s why.
Boston’s start to the season looks strangely familiar, and Yumania takes the spotlight tonight.
The woe of Boston’s bullpen, and debating whether it’s important for a closer to have ninth-inning experience.
Which players riding the pine might have a significant say in their teams’ win totals?
Andrew Bailey will be hitting the surgical table soon, a pitcher finds extra discomfort while vomiting, and the AL East bullpens suddenly look much thinner.
Soreness and tendinitis plague several ballplayers just before the regular season begins.
Spring training is nearly over, but each team still has some nagging questions to answer.
Kevin continues his Divisional tour by stopping in the AL east, looking at which prospects and which affiliates are going to be most interesting.
As the example of John Lackey makes clear, baseball isn’t completely devoid of compelling characters, even if they’re only likely to show their true colors at trying times.
Which players do the BP staff expect will come back to the earthly realm 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?
The A’s make a Moneyball move with Manny Ramirez, the Yankees round out their bench with Raul Ibanez and Eric Chavez, and the Red Sox finally get what was coming to them for Theo Epstein in Cubs reliever Chris Carpenter
Will the Red Sox be sporting a bevvy of top prospects next year, or will they be derailed by beer and fried chicken?