Who made the cut?
San Diego Padres
Recapping Thursday night’s games, the Padres (Jered Weaver, really?) appear headed for relegation and the Twins may never lose.
Bryce Harper gets a massive raise but remains underpaid. Plus, more from arbitration-avoiding weekend—including what our favorite one-year deal is.
The San Diego Padres knew they were rebuilding during the 2016 campaign and made several moves accordingly. But was the ’16 campaign a success?
Year after year, no tears were shed by this Cubs fan. Not even in the moments following their Game 7 win over Cleveland. Then all the memories came back.
Winter Meetings approach, but we’re going to tend to some non-tender business first. How quickly could Tyson Ross or Chris Carter find employment again?
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.
Our rotation-building exercise has been primarily cost-effective, and Mat Latos is no exception. But will clubs overlook how bad he’s become?
We reflect on Desmond Jennings’ time in Tampa, Oswaldo Arcia’s tumultuous 2016 season, and Jeremy Jeffress’ DWI this past Friday. What’s next for all three?
Héctor Olivera was just another big-money signing for the Dodgers back in 2015. He was pretty bad on the field, but far worse off it.
Ben Davis, one of the most-hyped catching prospects ever, was just another Padres bust. But he gave baseball quite a moment on May 26, 2001 against Arizona.
The White Sox got off to a red-hot start, but slipped during the month of May. James Shields bolsters their rotation, but what about the offense?
It’s not the most stacked of days, but we save the best action for late—Pomeranz versus Cueto headlines, and Clayton Kershaw takes the mound again as well.
Anthony Rizzo, Jake Arrieta, and Addison Russell—Theo Epstein has done plenty of good in the time he’s been with the Cubs.
Only 10 games tonight, but Cubs-Bucs are the main event. Jason Hammel is off to an excellent start; Gerrit Cole is looking to break out. Don’t miss it.
Sure it’s early, but there are a handful of teams that MLB we’ll have troubling fielding a representative for come the All-Star game. Let’s take a look.
The Preseason Rankings roll on. Now that they’re done trying, will the Padres be worse in 2016?
Jamey Wright and the brothers Weeks. It’s our final chapter of the non-roster invitees series.