Tony Cingrani shows off his wheels, the Red Sox win a wild one in the Bronx, and Greg Holland delivers a strange sequence.
Dan debuts a new format with a look at the month’s unlikely power hitters, Robinson Cano’s injury scare, the Pirates’ pitching, and the defensive plays of the night.
Can conflict make a team play better?
Mark Reynolds, Ryan Roberts, Andrew Lambo, and Elliot Johnson headline the movers.
The Yankees’ big trade deadline acquisition pays off with a pair of big days.
The real danger Biogenesis revealed and the false threat that we shouldn’t make this about.
Ben and Sam discuss whether an owner overruling a GM can ever be a good thing, then revisit the Tigers’ decision to extend Justin Verlander well before he was a free agent.
The Yankees add an old player who’s healthy and can hit, while the Cubs continue to remodel their roster.
Ben and Sam talk to Star-Ledger beat writer Andy McCullough about the experience of covering the Alex Rodriguez story, and how it will all play out.
What happens, statistically, when major leaguers are forced to play in the minors?
Checking in on two practically perfect pitching prospects, several seasons on.
Yankee magic is universal, as it turns out.
If the Yankees could send their current roster back in time to a previous season, which one would they choose?
The Yankees’ system isn’t among the best in baseball, but its quality might surprise you.
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Ben and Sam preview the Yankees’ season, and Pete talks to ESPN New York columnist Wallace Matthews (at 15:45).