There’s something special going on in Oakland.
On the eve of Opening Day, we’re wrapping up our division previews. And sitting atop the AL West at the end of it all: Houston. So, how’d they get there?
Can we expect much out of the Angels in 2017? The short answer is: probably not. The long answer: it’s kind of a big mess.
These five clubs aren’t short on star power, or even potential star power. But there are plenty of question marks within each starting rotation.
Wandy RodrA�guez started his career with Houston in 2005. Will it end there?
Signed to a three-year deal before 2015, is it time for Oakland to move Billy Butler?
New GM Jerry Dipoto has already made four trades since taking over in Seattle, but that shouldn’t stop him from making another.
Moving C.J. Wilson would be a difficult task, but it’s worth a shot for the Angels.
With a noticeable dip in production the past two seasons, has Texas’ shortstop become expendable?
There’s no way you bet on the Rangers to win the AL West this season. How’d they pull it off?
There’s no other way to slice it: What Houston accomplished in 2015 was incredible, and it has all the potential to get better.
After a playoff appearance in 2014, what happened to the Angels this past season? We learned, again, that Mike Trout needs some help.
The Mariners were supposed to compete this past season; what went wrong?
For a taste of what’s to come this offseason, here’s the wind up, in all its offseason glory.
Oakland’s record wasn’t flattering, but was their season as bad as that mark would typically indicate?
The AL West, tradition, and much more from the week that was in MLB.
As October begins and a couple races are yet to be determined, here’s what our playoff picture looks like so far.
Bryce Harper, Joey Votto, Ryan Braun, and more from the week in MLB.