Create your own edible Baltimore Orioles player; looking back at the first game of the decade (of course it was Yankees-Red Sox) and laughing; field dimensions: ranked
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about whether a Yankees fan can learn to like Kevin Youkilis, whether the Diamondbacks got enough back for Trevor Bauer, why teams love left-handed starters, and more.
Kevin Correia joins Minnesota, the Yankees get Kevin Youkilis, Jason Grilli re-ups and other moves.
The Red Sox aren’t the first team to fight with their manager, and they won’t be the first to regret it, either.
The Red Sox moved quickly to get Kevin Youkilis out of their lineup and out of their clubhouse this summer. With Youkilis hitting well once more, the decision looks like it might have been a mistake.
After changing his Sox, things are looking better for Kevin Youkilis.
Barack Obama Thanks Boston for Kevin Youkilis
The Red Sox have too many good players, and, yes, this could turn into a problem.
Thirteen reasons why the national pastime isn’t always rated PG.
An ACL injury claims Mat Gamel, and lower-back injuries snag two other players.
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.
As mentioned in yesterday’s Daily Prospectus, one of the best perks of an Arizona Fall League trip is seeing the players up close. Watching a Josh Karp curve fall off the table or seeing Chip Ambres staying back long enough to drive the ball enhances a fan’s enjoyment of the game immensely.
With that in mind, here are a few player observations from my recent trip to Arizona.