The Orioles and Steve Pearce keep bumping into each other, often quite successfully.
The Rays ship HBP fiend Brandon Guyer to Cleveland for a pair of prospects.
Notable pitching performances this week from Chris Archer, Chris Tillman and Mike Leake.
Diving deep into Jonah Keri’s best-seller looking for secret messages from the future–or, at least, ominous foreshadowing.
The one thing right about the Rays right now is their rotation. Time to trade some of it?
Fielder for Kinsler was supposed to be the fix for both teams’ surpluses, but the 2016 season has put the clubs’ returns in stark relief.
Yu Darvish returns in full force, the Royals stage an unlikely comeback, and the Mariners embarrass themselves on the basepaths in new and creative ways.
The same team that employed Willy Aybar, Josh Lueke and Josh Sale has also made a number of positive contributions to the cause–which is unusual for major-league baseball.
The Rays ace was back, for a night. Meanwhile: Noah Syndergaard, Taijuan Walker, Francisco Lindor, and more from Monday.
Outstanding arms from week three, including Strasburg, Jose Fernandez and Drew Smyly.
After a breakout 2015 season, the Rays’ top prospect gets at least a spot start.
In a dominating start this weekend, Chris Sale didn’t just have great stuff; he had incredible range.
Tim Lincecum’s showcase remains somewhere down the road. Meanwhile, James Loney might be coming to a town near you and Trevor Story might be coming to a ROY race near you.
How the Rays turned a great farm system into an even greater collection of players.
No, Really: The Rays are pretty good for really cheap.
The answer might be in the first sentence.