Mike Trout’s finger looks okay, but it’s another reminder to not slide head-first into bases.
Geoff compares members of the Tacoma Rainiers to Twilight characters using the 20-80 scale. Or maybe he would have, if he’d been able to see the team play.
The Padres are toiling in the NL West cellar, but Yasmani Grandal gave fans two big reasons to have hope for the future on Saturday.
Stephen Strasburg left his last start suffering from dehydration, but he should be ready to make his next turn in the rotation.
Running through the noteable quotables from the week that was.
Baseball Prospectus and the Royalman Report Present All-Star Sunday at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
The Giants have stopped allowing runs.
How many Altuves is Jose Altuve from the disabled list?
How do the Hall of Fame cases of Vladimir Guerrero, Johnny Damon, and Manny Ramirez stack up?
John casts his ballot for this year’s All-Stars, and a conversation with Jim Leyland.
The pitcher health problems in the AL East continue: The Yankees lose a pair of starting pitchers.
The Blue Jays finally get some good news about a starting pitcher.
Who are some of baseball’s best cheats in the non-chemically-enhanced division?
What is Dexter Fowler doing this season to achieve sustained big-league success?
Mark DeRosa and Jeff Karstens finally make their returns from the disabled list.
For a while there, Heath Bell looked like he was righting the ship, but now? Not so much.