Jacoby Ellsbury is off to a promising start in 2017, but his Yankees tenure overall has been anything but thus far. But has he been as bad as we think?
The 2017 season has come and gone, but with it, the Boston Red Sox got their third baseman back through the resurgence of Pablo Sandoval.
The San Diego Padres knew they were rebuilding during the 2016 campaign and made several moves accordingly. But was the ’16 campaign a success?
The Red Sox may not be competing for MLB’s grandest prize, but this series is littered with various old friends, all of whom have played a major role.
A DH in decline, Billy Butler found what could be a temporary home in New York. After that? Plus, what could be next for former teammate, Danny Valencia?
There’s a lot of layers to Yasiel Puig, and there’s a great player in there. But if it materializes again, it probably won’t be for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Héctor Olivera was just another big-money signing for the Dodgers back in 2015. He was pretty bad on the field, but far worse off it.
Forget about the ESPYs—we’ve got the Disney Afternoon Awards, but for baseball. As MLB’s second half continues, who has stood out, and for what reasons?
With these big contracts out of work—Reyes not withstanding—but their contracts still on the books, is there a future for Castillo, Crawford, or Guerrero?
From Josh Beckett in 2005-06 to David Price in 2015-16, the Boston Red Sox get their ace.
Did the Baltimore Orioles miss their window of opportunity?
It hasn’t been a stark drop off the past two years, but the Rays have reverted to sub-.500 ways.
Sandoval and Ramirez were busts, but it was the pitching staff that presented the most problems.
The Dodgers are in this for the championships, but they continue to come up short.
It was an odd year, after all, but there was plenty to take away (good and bad) from SF in 2015.
Under new ownership and possessing a solid core, is it time for Arizona to return to relevancy?
The San Diego Padres took a lot of chances in 2015,