The answer might be in the first sentence.
In the career trajectories of seven (or eight) young(ish) shortstops, we see the volatility of baseball careers at this level.
Detroit’s baserunning was a major contributor to the club’s last-place finish. How they, and other AL teams, will look on the bases this year.
The new regime in Seattle makes its first big move, cutting ties with three key parts of the 2015 roster.
Looking back at Matt Moore’s progression from three-star prospect to the best pitching prospect in the game.
Tampa Bay’s latest innovation isn’t a failure, but they were hoping for better than this so far.
The Angels extend their closer, Drew Smyly is sidelined, Wil Nieves is mentioned, etc.
Do pitchers do worse the third time through the order because they’re gassed or familiar? The Rays seem intent on finding out.
Everybody homered. Literally, everybody. Congratulations on your homer.
The Diamondbacks’ disastrous no-decent-catchers experiment is over. Meanwhile, the A’s take two tries at upgrading the bullpen, while the Rays backfill a broken-down rotation.
The Rays release their closer, the Dodgers pick up the Reds’ scraps, and other roster moves from the weekend.
What Opening Day means, and doesn’t, to an agent.
We’ll stay young, go pitching.
Everything’s going wrong for Alex Colome, Addison Reed is making changes, Leonys Martin will hit at the top, and Hector Olivera gets another mention here.