Examining the stuff and mechanics of two pitchers who’ve taken steps forward in 2013.
Paul & Doug discuss what is wrong with Jon Lester since mid-May and dive into Strasburg’s season. Next GOTW: Francisco Liriano at Mike Leake
Does FIP tell the truth about Liriano, or is his ERA a better indication of his talent?
The San Diego Padres have been major players this offseason, and teams in the NL West have been put on notice.
The Phillies could add a bat soon, the Dodgers probably aren’t done spending, and information about the lead-up to the Royals-Rays blockbuster is coming to light.
Running through the notable quotes of the week that was.
How will a major-league team’s manager affect your fantasy team’s stolen-base totals?
How good are the hauls teams received in recent trades?
If an extra two wins or an extra two dozen strikeouts will make a big difference in your standings, here’s where to look.
The White Sox acquire Francisco Liriano from their division rival, the Minnesota Twins.
Have teams really made million-dollar deadline decisions based on two starts? And if they have, can we figure out which ones they were?
Ben and Sam discuss the disappointing Miami Marlins and resurgent southpaw Francisco Liriano.
If it doesn’t look like a Twin, soft-toss like a Twin, or pitch to contact like a Twin, it’s probably not a Twin.
Francisco Liriano breaks the game of baseball, Ernesto Frieri learns to dance and Bob Gibson whoa whoa holy whoa.
Will the real Dodgers and Twins please stand up?
Blue Jays sign Vladimir Guerrero, Twins send Liriano to the bullpen.