Ben and Sam discuss the trade value of two of the players whose names were most often bandied about in rumors on the first day of the Winter Meetings.
The NL results of the 21st-annual Internet Baseball Awards are in, and the winners include a few of the season’s best stories.
Should Sandy Alderson trade or extend two of the Mets’ most valuable assets?
Derek begins reviewing his pre-season predictions, starting with the ones that made him (and you) look good.
R.A. Dickey will make his final start of the season tonight. You know how good he’s been at retiring batters, but you might not know about something else he excels at.
The fantasy team votes on the year’s bests, worsts, and mosts.
Ben and Sam discuss two players exceeding all expectations in 2012: R.A. Dickey and Eric Chavez.
Three players tell Sam about the toughest pitches they’ve seen this season. They weren’t the ones you’d expect.
R.A. Dickey’s success raises a question: Do poor hitters do just as well against a knuckleball as good hitters? Derek investigates.
Doug examines R.A. Dickey’s mechanics to see how Dickey does things most knuckleballers couldn’t dream of.
A look at 10 new managerial candidates, and a conversation with Mets manager Terry Collins.
Can knuckleballers like R.A. Dickey control the speed and movement of their knucklers depending on the count?
After completing a three-game sweep of the Nationals in D.C., the Yankees are starting to look like the real Bronx Bombers.
Paul takes a tour of the league’s two-start pitchers to see which are worth using this week.