Ahead of his age-30 season, the Cincinnati Reds traded Frank Robinson to Baltimore. But he wasn’t finished as he won for MVP while the Orioles won it all.
Our rotation-building exercise has been primarily cost-effective, and Mat Latos is no exception. But will clubs overlook how bad he’s become?
Suddenly the Giants have the second-best record in baseball. Elsewhere, the White Sox had a rough weekend. Where does your team rank as May comes to an end?
It’s all about consistency, but Major League Baseball has no idea what that is.
Unlike Corey Pattersona��our last prospecta��who spent 12 years in the majors, Ty Howington never made it past Double-A with Cincinnati. What happened?
Scott Ruffcorn, drafted 25th overall, had plenty of hype around him for three consecutive years. Unfortunately, he could never throw strikes.
Last season, Ryan Madson was re-born with the Royals after a four-year layoff. With Oakland now, he continues making up for lost time.
The story of Dernell Stenson is a tragic onea��the former Red Sox prospect had his life (and career) horrifically taken away just when it was getting started.
So many rebuilds, so little time. We start ranking all 30 MLB teamsa��five at a timea��over the next couple weeks. How will it be for your favorite this year?
The Mets took everyone by surprise when they won the World Series in 1969. And while the 70s got off to a promising start, they finished on a sour note.
Brandon Allen hasn’t played in the majors since 2012. On a rebuilding Reds franchise, can the 30-year-old change that?
A judgment call that overturned what would have been a three-run home run sparked a pretty big fight between the Cubs and Reds back in 1984.
A one-year deal worth $3 million is all it took to get Mat Latos. Other teams might be kicking themselves for that come season’s end.
In baseball, it’s tricky to assume a team is tanking, especially when a rebuild is entirely necessary.
On the intricacies of the trade that sent Christy Mathewson to the Giants and Amos Rusie to the Reds.
There’s no other way to say this: New York’s bullpen is terrifying.
Two parts to this, with Part 1 focusing on what’s important.
Will we ever start taking these issues more seriously?