On Monday morning, I’ll be at my annual optometrist appointment, trying not to blink at the little puff of air during the first stage of the glaucoma test, trying not to squint against the lights bright and brighter, trying to decide which of the two lens options really is better in the series of minute…
Catching you up on the weekend’s conflicting reports about Ervin Santana, Shane Victorino’s switch-hitting decision, and White Sox trade rumors.
What has to happen for a right fielder to throw out a runner at first?
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.
The Red Sox paid for an outfielder coming off a down year. Is it an extravagant risk?
The Dodgers’ 2013 payroll is already around $200 million. Is the Dodgers’ 2013 roster a good roster?
Using PECOTA to figure out how much each of this year’s moves affected the playoff odds.
Derek considers how this week’s trades affect the players that moved, and the players around them.
The Dodgers acquire some much-needed outfield help for the stretch run.
The Phillies reportedly offered the Reds a lopsided deal, and the Reds reportedly rejected it.
Derek takes a look at top players who might become available in AL-only leagues.
Are the Phillies doomed to enter a lengthy period of losing, or can they make a quick return to the top by selling their expiring assets now?