Though they’re down two stars, the Phillies believe they have the support they need to make it through the season.
Kevin’s stroll around the big league divisions stops in the NL East, featuring a lot of high-profile talent that could move early.
The defending NL East champs should gather their titles while they may, since the same Phillies that flower today tomorrow will be dying.
Spring training is nearly over, but each team still has some nagging questions to answer.
Tommy John surgery claims several more pitchers, and Joba Chamberlain suffers an extremely gruesome ankle dislocation.
The Phillies and Rockies both have gaping holes and could become perfect trade partners.
Injuries to Ryan Howard and Chase Utley make the Phillies’ chances of maintaining the NL East crown slimmer.
The Royals’ bullpen suffers a couple of blows, and the pain around the rest of the league is plentiful.
Which teams have the strongest starting rotations in the senior circuit?
David Robertson battles a staircase while other players nurse their respective wounds.
The Mets’ injury parade drags on, while the Brew Crew might lose an important hitter for the start of the season.
A.J. Burnett finds out just what it means to be a pirate, a couple players go under the knife, and various other injuries around spring training.
While it may be easy to root for certain ballplayers, we have to be open to honest assessments of their abilities.
Last week in this space, I talked about how baseball teams should knock it off with the Obey-o-Tron and build their fan base with the kind of cheer clubs you see in soccer. Here’s the cool part: it’s already happening. I got e-mail from readers all week long.