Clayton Kershaw is really doing something, David Price finds his feel again, and Chase Headley finally finds second base.
Revisiting last year’s biggest velocity changes, because change is just another word for regression to come.
Kansas City’s slow start, plus: Yes to Trayce Thompson, yay J.A. Happ, and way to be Dae-Ho Lee
Marcus Stroman has a happy birthday, Clayton Kershaw continues to pitch in a class of his own, and Trevor Story finds another way to write himself into the history books.
‘What’s innovative is not to chase the shiniest thing and worship it.’
What did we learn about various players and teams this month? Less than we’ll learn in the next one.
Kenta Maeda makes baseball history, the White Sox make baseball history, and Yasiel Puig just makes the Rockies sad.
The Day When All The Aces Came Out To Play turned out pretty cool, indeed.
Vin Scully gets philosophical, and Meg follows him there.
Trevor Story can’t stop hitting home runs, Vince Velasquez nearly pulls off a no-hitter, and Bartolo Colon resurrects the panache of Willie Mays.
The newest Pittsburgh starter had a tremendous first start, but Ray Searage and the Pirates can’t declare victory yet.
No, really: With the Dave Roberts hiring, McCourt Era is finally all the way dead.
Many a fifth starter is down in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, Pablo’s gain might be Travis Shaw’s… gain.