The tater trots for April 18: Hanley Ramirez continues his assault on la mÃ¡quina jonrÃ³n and Kevin Youkilis proves how his head isn’t in the game.
There are a lot of differences between the two parks in Chicago, especially for those trying to cover games.
White Sox unveil their new manager for his first home opener, Jim Leyland isn’t saying much but Kenny Williams is, and something is askew around home plate.
What are some of the big questions surrounding the AL and NL Central?
Kevin kicks off a look at affiliates and prospects to watch in each division.
While most players don’t need to prove themselves in spring training, the pressure is on for Adam Dunn.
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.
Adam Dunn’s 2011 season was painful to follow first hand, but there are a few reasons for hope.
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.
Talking White Sox and Indians in our preview coverage of the division so nice we had to break it up and discuss it twice.
Will the White Sox look to cut their losses by trading Jake Peavy this year?
Which outfielders and DHs proved to be the biggest black holes in the majors?
Which men of misery prevented their teams from escaping the murky waters of suckitude?
The Cubs finished fifth last season, and the White Sox finished third, but the moods of their respective fan bases don’t mirror their showings in the standings