Trevor Plouffe finds a new home in Oakland and his former team adds veteran depth.
The Pirates and Athletics take chances on rebound starting pitching candidates, and the Tigers bring in a division rival’s utility man.
For one night, the Giants’ pitching wasn’t dominant, but it didn’t change a thing, and Detroit dropped its third in a row.
Down 2-0 but back at home, the Tigers need a win to avoid an elimination game.
Can Ryan Vogelsong replicate his Game Two success and take his team to a seventh game?
Ben and Sam discuss whether Matt Holliday’s takeout slide at second was against the rules and why the Cardinals are so widely disliked, then talk about how Ryan Vogelsong has rewarded the Giants for their faith during a string of bad starts.
Despite playing excellent defense all year, the Reds drop Game Three to the Giants on a pair of defensive misplays.
One month ago, R.J. was bullish on Ryan Vogelsong, and he wasn’t alone. What about now?
Sometimes you’re behind; sometimes you’re ahead. The race is long and in the end it’s only with yourself. (And the other teams in your league.)
Ryan Vogelsong has arguably surpassed his WTF 2011 season for WTFness. A new level of success requires a new look at how he’s doing it.
On Saturday, June 9, both Ryan Vogelsong and Jeff Francis started games for the teams that drafted them. Their journeys and their destinations couldn’t have been more different.
A.J. Burnett, Jake Arrieta, and Alex Cobb for the crux of this week’s VP rotation
Don Mattingly’s affinity for the bunt could be keeping the Dodgers from scoring more runs.