Which of last season’s contending teams have been least active this offseason, and why?
The Orioles’ first playoff game, much like their season, didn’t go quite the way we expected.
What can the staff psychologist/stathead learn from the way our prospect expert describes players’ problems?
Watching Yu Darvish is wonderful. Hitting against him is hell.
The Rangers and Giants will probably both be playoff teams, but two other virtual locks for October, the Yankees and Nationals, made them look bad last night.
Ben and Sam discuss the significance of a potential big-league promotion for Jurickson Profar and investigate the link between Johan Santana’s no-hitter and his subsequent struggles.
Yu Darvish is taking a different approach with two strikes than he did toward the start of the season.
Ben and Sam discuss Manny Machado’s surprising promotion to the majors and Roy Oswalt’s tumultuous transition to the bullpen.
The Rangers are great, but some day, the Rangers are going to be terrible. How will the end come?
He’s no Josh Hamilton, but Rangers outfielder Craig Gentry might be better than you think he is.
The Orioles wrap up a bizarrely historic week with a start from Colby Lewis unlike any we’ve seen before.
Stadium Tour continues with The Newberg Report in Texas
While lot of what Jason sees in Arizona doesn’t matter, and some of it’s just shadows, there’s still a lot to report from Surprise.