From the first-base side of the 400 level of Citizens Bank Park, everything falls into view: the green-on-green tartan of the grass, the crisp edges of the infield dirt and foul lines, the whole arc of the outfield wall and the bushes and the tall, glittering screen and all its flecks of aligning light. Television…
Chase Utley helped the Dodgers get it done in Game 6. That it wasn’t pretty doesn’t matter in the World Series.
Brandon Phillips finally accepts a trade, Chase Utley returns to the Dodgers on the cheap, and the Cubs and Royals make a minor swap.
The Tigers make a few small moves, Utley stays put in LA, and more.
The playoffs, and a new villain, return to Queens and the Mets greet both with an offensive outburst.
On one ground ball, the Mets and Dodgers went from playing a great series to an unforgettable one.
The career Phillies’ star heads back home to SoCal, the Padres finally deal an outfielder (not that one), and more..
Things take a bizarre turn in Queens, the Nats’ defensive woes continue, plus more from Tuesday and previews for Wednesday.
Cole Hamels pitches well, Cody Asche flashes leather, and Chase Utley whacks a walkoff homer, plus more from Thursday and previews for the weekend.
The Dodgers’ ace is the priciest player on Craig’s Roto dream team.
This aging club has some intriguing players, but many of them carry significant injury risk.
A look at the value picks at the keystone for your drafts and auctions this spring.
Ben, Sam, and guest co-host Russell Carleton discuss whether and how the Dodgers should discipline Yasiel Puig, teams that would want to take mulligans on their trade deadlines, and things sabermetricians are still getting wrong.
Two players get guaranteed two-year deals.
Ben and Sam discuss Mike Trout’s chances of becoming the best player ever, then talk about how the Phillies’ Chase Utley extension will work out.