It might not be first time an international player’s age was disputed, but that doesn’t mean the case of Jairo Beras is typical.
Who should you be looking to man the cold corner on your fantasy baseball teams?
We shouldn’t jump to conclusions about the Astros’ decision to move Brett Myers to the bullpen.
Which players do the BP staff expect to have breakout campaigns in the coming year?
Does a new set of stats reflect much of a change in who could stand to upgrade in left field?
Making three bold predictions for the Oakland Athletics for the 2012 season, and the introduction of the probability of nothing stupid happening.
Will the White Sox look to cut their losses by trading Jake Peavy this year?
Who should you be aiming to draft as a backstop in your fantasy leagues?
Parks dishes pessimism on Gary Sanchez, Mason Williams, and more.
One of the most underrated players of his generation, Mike Cameron, has decided to hang up the spikes.
The Padres’ farm and new TV deal give the team a brighter future.
While third base is often considered an offense-heavy position now, last year proved to be a major down season.
After a miserable 2011 at the major-league level, will Minnesota at least see some happiness on the farm?
Garfoose wrangler, author, and newly-minted Italian leaguer Dirk Hayhurst discusses baseball, his new book, and his decision to move across the pond.
Which men of misery prevented their teams from escaping the murky waters of suckitude?
To test your mettle, we’re offering a quiz on contraction. Let’s see how closely you’ve been paying attention and how well you understand the new math that Major League Baseball has unveiled during its current round of labor negotiations.