The Angels win a football game, Bryan Holaday throws a knuckleball, and the Indians fall just short of history.
Five years ago this summer, Jered Weaver signed a deal that would keep him in Anaheim through the rest of his prime.
Tim Lincecum impresses in Angels debut, the Marlins pitch their way out of a shutout, and Jake Arrieta finds new and unsurprising ways to keep winning.
Why our changing expectations are driving us all insane.
Or: The Mariners fan’s guide to watching the Angels.
Yeaaah, one new Hit List kneels before you, that’s what I said now. Hit List, Hit List who adores you, just go ahead now.
The Royals storm back, Mike Trout amazes, the Reds’ bullpen is the worst, and more.
The Cubs hold their breath to see how Kyle Schwarber is, while Al Pujols adds a walk-off to his career and the Phillies’ bullpen has already blown two late, and it’s still early.
The challenge of upgrading on Daniel Nava in Anaheim, the Braves’ surprising semi-bid on Justin Upton, and the closer who wants to be a starter.
Measuring the scale of a single draft pick.
No, really: Andrelton Simmons will help the Angels defense a lot.
Finding upside in the AL’s lesser rotations.
The teams with the weakest weak spots, and the solutions that might exist to save them.
Using PECOTA + context to handicap this year’s MVP, Cy Young and Rookie of the Year races.