Back in September, A’s catcher Bruce Maxwell made history. Now he’s in some trouble.
It’s been a couple cruel weeks via Mother Nature. So our own Harv Aronson, currently residing in Florida, decided to recount historical bad weather games.
Brett Anderson burst on to the scene in 2009, but ever since hasn’t been able to stay on the field consistently. Now he gets a shot with the champions.
Bryce Harper gets a massive raise but remains underpaid. Plus, more from arbitration-avoiding weekend—including what our favorite one-year deal is.
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.
Andrew McCutchen might soon be on the move, as might Jay Bruce. But both Jon Jay and Matt Joyce found new homes this past week. What can they provide?
We come to the end of our free agent rotation-building exercise with Tommy Milone, a man on the fringes after going through a rough 2016 season.
If you were tasked with assembling a starting rotation of soon-to-be official free agents, which five would you select? Let’s start with Henderson Álvarez.
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?
How does Addison Russell stack up against the likes of fellow shortstops such as Seager, Correa, Lindor, & Bogaerts? He could be the very best of them all.
There’s a select few good—maybe great—teams out there. But with two wild cards comes plenty of mediocrity. Where does your team stand after week 13?
The Braves thought about taking him No. 1 overall in 1990, but Todd Van Poppel fell to Oakland in the middle of the round. Perhaps they wish he hadn’t.
40 years ago, Reggie Jackson spent a season with the Baltimore Orioles. We look back on the impact he had there in what seems like a forgotten year.
John Gibbons has quite the week, Boston is tearing the cover off the ball, and… are Cubs fans beginning to panic? Stop. It’s our weekly MLB rankings.
Tommy John is more to baseball than just the man whose surgery changed the game forever. He had a lengthy & successful career as well. So, why no HOF?
Is 2016 the year Brett Lawrie breaks out, or will it be a repeat of his 2011 sample? For now, he’s been as big a reason as any for the White Sox hot start.
Anthony Rizzo, Jake Arrieta, and Addison Russell—Theo Epstein has done plenty of good in the time he’s been with the Cubs.
On this day in 1976, Rick Monday saved an American flag from being torched at Dodger Stadium. His MLB career lasted 19 years, but this was his moment.