Offering at least one reason to tune in to each potentially talent-challenged team when you’re flipping through your MLB.tv options this season.
James Loney hasn’t exactly set Hollywood ablaze with his hitting prowess; can he still cash in on his mediocrity?
Which teams have the strongest starting rotations in the senior circuit?
A roundtable discussion of the state of the NL West and how each team will fare in the coming year.
What kind of production do teams receive from players tabbed to replace superstars?
Given their overturned offense, will the 2012 Giants be able to improve their won-loss record from 2011?
New York is in a state of Linsanity, which brings to mind the craze of one particular rookie phenom.
Which baseball player measures up to the Linsanity sweeping the nation?
Even as they take the lead in the wild card race, the Los Angeles Dodgers are dying. Only Jim Tracy’s magic keeps the Dodgers from seeing how chronic their situation is.
In Tracy’s short time as a major league manager, he has demonstrated a gift for turning others’ garbage into gold. Just as Chavez Ravine (park factor 91) makes Dodger pitchers look better than they are, it conceals just how well Tracy has done with the hitters he has been given.