In the wake of the Dodgers’ recent record spending, we might ask why Luis Cruz is still around.
The Blue Jays have turned over much of their team this winter, but they’re still depending on a bounceback season by Jose Bautista. Will they get it?
No team’s playoff odds are between 5 percent and 95 percent. We’re almost there, folks.
Blue Jays blue-chip prospect Anthony Gose has been bad in the big leagues, but has he been so bad that we should start to doubt his skills?
Part two of Ian’s epic adventure game.
The Blue Jays called up a promising minor-league outfielder to replace Jose Bautista. The Blue Jays called up the wrong promising minor-league outfielder to replace Jose Baustista.
The Rangers are 99.2 percent likely to win the AL West.
Baseball is televised entertainment, and the 2012 season follows many of television’s most well-worn tropes.
The Nationals’ worst pitcher might be your team’s best pitcher.
Have you ever heard of this team called the Rays?
Pedro Alvarez’s big-league career hasn’t begun quite as the Pirates hoped it would, but will his future be more like Brad Eldred’s or Jose Bautista’s?
In which the Yankees and Red Sox are in the AL East cellar.
The Rangers are so doggone good we got too excited and made a Yu/you joke.
In which the White Sox are higher than the Tigers.