Dusty Baker feels that Aroldis Chapman’s best use right now is as Cincinnati’s closer, and a conversation with Jesus Montero.
Dan Haren’s most recent starts have provided a sharp turnaround from his early-season slump.
A pair of aces are put on the shelf.
A brutal eight-game losing streak has taken the Atlanta Braves from first to worst in the NL East.
The Brewers might have caught an injury curse.
How much does the success of a team dictate attendance? The Dodgers and Diamondbacks’ narratives are still being written.
The Reds might have finally found their solution in the leadoff spot.
A couple of starters head to the DL.
The Tampa Bay Rays have managed to stay in second place in the AL East despite the second-smallest run differential in the division.
Which players came close to milestones but bowed out before reaching them?
David Wright’s newfound plate discipline has helped him bat near .400 for the season’s first two months, and an interview with Yu Darvish.
The Nationals activate a pitcher… and then lose another one to the DL.
Michael Bourn had a career day playing at Great American Ballpark.
Justin Smoak isn’t producing for the Mariners, and he isn’t a particularly interesting character, either, so when you research his woes, you end up in a time warp.
Is Felipe Paulino for real, or is he a small sample size fluke?
Another day, another Red Sox player hits the DL, and Lance Berkman gets bad news.