Bryce Harper is at it again, Eric Thames is being cruel to baseballs, and then there’s Scooter. What can we say about the first couple weeks of the season?
The results are in and the Tampa Bay Rays are winning the 2017 World Series. But how else did the rest of our simulation shake out?
Baseball is officially back, fans! And we’ve got three great duels today, with Jon Lester/Carlos Martinez as our main event. Where will you be?
Corey Seager, Justin Turner and Clayton Kershaw continue producing. But it’s Julio Urías who takes the biggest step forward as the Dodgers win the NL West.
Who’s overrated? Who’s underrated? And who’s winning it all? Don’t be surprised to see Cleveland and Chicago fighting for baseball’s biggest prize again.
In the end, heavily sought-after reliever Greg Holland—who didn’t pitch at all last year—chose Colorado. Why? Well, maybe they’re closer than we think.
The San Diego Padres knew they were rebuilding during the 2016 campaign and made several moves accordingly. But was the ’16 campaign a success?
Looking ahead to 2017, re-signing Justin Turner was essential for the Dodgers. Now that they have, they could even address another infield position.
After a couple weeks of stars changing teams and others bagging huge potential returns, the Los Angeles Dodgers retained another key player: Kenley Jansen.
On Monday, 36-year-old Rich Hill re-signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers for three years at $48 million. Suffice to say, it’s been a long time coming.
Major League Baseball’s postseason is underway, and we’ll be here throughout it all. But of NL division winners, who’s the favorite?
They’re banged up, aging, or unproven—how do we see LA’s rotation responding early on in 2016?
The NL Rookie of the Year is Corey Seager’s to lose.
Jamey Wright and the brothers Weeks. It’s our final chapter of the non-roster invitees series.
The way previous Dodgers ownership was atrocious, but order was soon restored.
As our 30 Trades in 30 Days comes to an end, we discuss Colorado’s Carlos Gonzalez.
The Padres have already moved Kimbrel, and it’s time to attempt moving Shields.
Daniel Hudson may have finally fully worked his way back from two UCL tears, but does he have a spot on this Arizona team?