Jake Arrieta looks to pick up where he left off before suffering a hamstring injury.
The Cubs aren’t running away with anything yet. Boston is hot. And how about those Royals? Keep an eye on these division races down the stretch, folks.
Remember when Jonathan Lucroy was almost an MVP? Remember when he was worth Lewis Brinson in a trade? Well, he was just traded for some guy one year later.
After 14 years of professional baseball, Gabby Martinez turned to coaching—you just may not know exactly where that is. Don’t worry, we interviewed him.
Turns out, Bryce Harper is (still) extremely good at baseball! Plus, the Brewers are surprising and the Rockies finally have pitching. What’s going on?
With one feature already rained out (Salazar/Fulmer), we still profile ‘Mad Max’ Scherzer. Plus, Chase Anderson is off to a great start; will it continue?
Good luck getting a baseball past Eric Thames right now. He’s homered in five straight and leads the league with 7. Plus, how about that Dansby Swanson?
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?
Time for another mailbag! Is this the year Chapman fades? Was Villar right to refuse an extension? What should we expect from Dansby Swanson? That and more!
In Shaun’s first mailbag, he tackles which Jake Arrieta will appear in 2017, Matt Garza, and who is the best. The best at what? Well…
2015 and most of 2016 wasn’t kind to Carlos Gómez, who not too long ago was putting up MVP-like numbers in Milwaukee. Then along came Texas…
Boston’s big move Tuesday was acquiring Chris Sale from the White Sox, but let’s not forget how important Tyler Thornburg could end up being for them.
Mike Napoli had a resurgence in 2016 with Cleveland while Chris Carter led the NL in home runs… and was non-tendered. But just how different are the two?
Monday night into Tuesday morning got a little interesting around MLB. The biggest surprises? MIL non-tendering the NL HR leader, and Eric Thames returning.
If there was any hope to a return to the 2013-14 version of Carlos Gómez, it started during the second half of last season with the Texas Rangers.
What if Feller or Williams never lost years to military service? What if the Red Sox didn’t sell Babe Ruth to the Yankees? Let’s take a trip into the past.
The Pittsburgh Pirates had a disappointing 2016 campaign, but there’s no need to hit the panic button just yet. A healthy Cole and Cutch will go a long way.
As we’ve mentioned before, beauty can be found in the rebuild—you just need to know where to look, and forget about the narrative.