It was only 3 weeks ago that we were talking about the Los Angeles Dodgers as one of the greatest teams of all time. So how much does their slump matter?
Putting their 10-game winning streak aside, the Diamondbacks have erased painful memories of a lost 2016 season. And pitching has been the biggest reason.
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?
Corey Seager, Justin Turner and Clayton Kershaw continue producing. But it’s Julio UrA�as who takes the biggest step forward as the Dodgers win the NL West.
In the end, heavily sought-after reliever Greg Hollanda��who didn’t pitch at all last yeara��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?
This past season, the San Francisco Giants led the league in blown saves with 30. In Mark Melancon, they added much-needed control and stability.
Who will Madison Bumgarner be upset at for no reason this time around? Plus, it’s good to have the best pitcher in baseballa��Clayton Kershawa��fully back.
In 2013, Yasiel Puig was crucial during LA’s summer surge that led to a divisional title. But this year and last, his production has slipped. Now what?
Bartolo ColA?n hit a home run, we’re all just living in the Cubs world, and the Phillies continue to surprise. Where does your team stand after week 5?
They’re banged up, aging, or unprovena��how do we see LA’s rotation responding early on in 2016?
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?
Matt Cain may have fallen to fourth in SF’s rotation, but there’s still time to rediscover his form.
Crawford is overpriced, aging, and his talents are diminishing. Could he be moved?