Kansas City adds more help for a final run, bringing back Melky Cabrera to the outfield mix.
The A’s lefty logs his first complete game since 2006, plus more recaps from a walkoff-filled Wednesday and previews for Thursday.
Dissecting a new wrinkle in the rules that’s causing confusion, plus the highlights from Tuesday and what to watch for on Wednesday.
Five hitters and five pitchers PECOTA thinks will sink in 2013.
What sort of discount would a team get on Melky Cabrera? Not a massive one.
If an expansion team with a Yankees budget wanted to build a team out of this year’s free agents, what would it look like?
Smart GMs don’t pay for the brand name, but for the product. These players might have baggage but they get the job done as well as their expensive counterparts.
The names baseball will be obsessing over for the next three months.
Was the Giants’ decision not to bring back Melky for the NLCS justified on a pure performance level?
Ben and Sam discuss what we can learn from Travis Snider’s revelations about his relationships with his former manager and hitting coach, then talk about whether they would bring Melky Cabrera back for the NLCS.
Does it really matter who wins the batting title?
So much power in these rankings that [topical Melky Cabrera reference]
Ben and Sam discuss how they came to know that Melky Cabrera was about to be suspended for a positive PED test before the news broke, and how they decided what to do about it.