Believe it or not, the Minnesota Twins were so bad last season that it finally forced their hand a little bit. And that’s very, very good.
Dombrowski will get plenty of credit for this Red Sox team, and he deserves his share. But let’s not forget about the pieces put in place by Ben Cherington.
Since 2010, every even year has meant a World Series for the Giants. We like to joke, but… how have they done it? And, could they really do it again?
A couple years ago, the thought of trading Ryan Braun seemed like a fantasy. Nowa��not so crazy. Still, finding him a home wouldn’t be that simple.
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.
With our award predictions circulating the past few weeks, our section editor and lead writer had their say on who would be Comeback Players of the Year. First, the section editor gets his say.
Mike Trout is incredible, but he can’t do it alone. Unfortunately, the Angels have failed to build around hima��particularly in the outfield.