This past week, we caught up with Prince Fielder’s HS coach, Wayne Tyson. This weekend, it was Carlos Lezcano, the first pro coach Alex Rodriguez ever had.
A-Rod was a Mariner, Ranger, and Yankee. A-Rod was loved and hated. A-Rod was a superstar. A-Rod was many things, and now it’s time for us to say goodbye.
How long can the White Sox afford to hold on to Sale? Will Dylan Bundy’s emergence be enough for Baltimore? Plus, a double whammy in the Bronx.
Was Seattle’s Ryan Anderson a once in a generation talent? Maybe not. But was he very, very special? Absolutely. Unfortunately, his shoulder didn’t care.
Sorry, National League, it’s time for a change.
Much like the Blue Jays, the Yanks need pitching help. Also much like the Jays, they could send a bat the other way for one.
Are the ghosts of 2011 that lingered through 2013 now finally behind Milwaukee’s slugger?
The Boston Red Sox considered moving Manny Ramirez many times before finally trading him in 2008.
On the heels of San Diego’s Comic-Con, we hand out our mid-season awards with a little twist.
Front office resignations and firings, Jose Fernandez’s return, and more from the week in MLB.
The Cardinals hacking scandal, Alex Rodriguez’s 3,000th hit, and more from the week in MLB.
How should we treat the record-breaking performances of a cheater like A-Rod?
An ambidextrous pitcher, the end of an iconic ballpark feature in Houston, and more from the week in baseball.
Problems arise from inane unwritten rules, young pitchers on the rise begin making their mark, and more from the week in baseball.
The Yankees are off to a decent start, but their starting rotation’s numbers don’t bode well for the future.
Kris Bryant’s first career homer, Milwaukee’s new manager, and more from the week in baseball.
Who could’ve predicted the Astros’ hot start? That and more from the week in MLB.
Once the ultimate villain, could Alex Rodriguez become the New York Yankees’ next hero?