A.J. Burnett finds out just what it means to be a pirate, a couple players go under the knife, and various other injuries around spring training.
Talking White Sox and Indians in our preview coverage of the division so nice we had to break it up and discuss it twice.
Which outfielders and DHs proved to be the biggest black holes in the majors?
While you may be looking for fantasy sleepers for closers, don’t let yourself be swayed by this side-armer…
Things you didn’t know about Francisco Lindor: he can fly, heal the sick, and turn rocks into seven-layer cake.
Mark Shapiro enters his second season as General Manager of the Cleveland Indians, and 12th with the organization, in full rebuilding mode.
“I think this is the biggest single move to win–to win–that this organization has made. No one (involved with the Rays) has lost the passion to win. We lost the momentum, and Lou starts that momentum, and we need that momentum.” –Chuck LaMar, Devil Rays general manager, on the hiring of manager Lou Piniella
If the off-season deal involving Roberto Alomar did not signal the direction in which the Cleveland Indians are heading, then the June 27 trade of Bartolo Colon certainly did. The Indians sent a clear message that they are rebuilding, specifically for the 2004 season.