Don Mattingly’s message to the Dodgers yesterday might have fired his team up for a victory over the Brewers. Tonight, Ervin Santana matches up against the Angels.
They might be on a historically bad pace, but the Astros are optimistic about 2013. Our beat man also checks in on Matt Garza, the AL Central, Carlos Ruiz, and with scouts.
These historical events may not have happened yet, but the BP crew is placing their bets on them.
Have any center fielders distinguished themselves as worthy of first-round selection?
Last night, the Orioles won thanks to the contributions of unexpected players. Tonight, Jay Bruce will try to slow down Matt Harvey.
With less than a month until draft day, which players are making names for themselves in the corner outfield market?
Last night, Patrick Corbin continued his breakout season in dominating fashion. Tonight, Max Scherzer will try to contain Carlos Santana and the Indians.
Running through the notable quotes of the week that was.
This weekend, the Indians continued to put the hurt on top-flight pitchers. Tonight, Josh Lindblom will make his first career start against the A’s.
Our team of fantasy experts checks in on the value of potential trades and weighs in on the value of keeping top talent.
Who are the top prep arms to target in the upcoming draft?
The Rays’ bullpen, so dominant last year, had another disaster last night. Tonight, Jeremy Hellickson will try to curb Chris Davis’ penchant for power.
Jean Segura and Michael Saunders both could challenge for a Most Improved Player award. Our beat reporter also checks in with Bryce Harper, Carlos Zambrano, Rick Ankiel, Philip Humber, and scouts.
Tampa Bay is holding its breath after David Price left yesterday’s game with an injury. Tonight, Yu Darvish will attempt to make Omar Infante whiff at the dish.
Last night, Jean Segura continued to impress in Milwaukee. Tonight, David Price will lock horns with Mike Napoli and the Red Sox.
The Baseball Hall of Fame opens its vault of old scouting reports, and the BP crew sifts through them for the most intriguing observations.