This week’s article takes on a veteran feel .
May will end with a whimper, by which I mean there are only three games today
Just for fun, a poetic salute to our national pastimes
How do Dayan Viciedo, Chris Davis and Homer Bailey stack up as their ownership rises?
Tomorrow is one of those no-game Thursdays, so stock up on fodder early
While everyone was watching Daniel Bard, it was Sale making the seamless transition.
A peek at this freshly promoted prospect and a few others.
White Sox 2, Rays 1: Chris Sale: 15Ks and three hits in seven and a third. Adam Dunn hit a two-run homer. Red Sox 7, Tigers 4: Jim Leyland said that we saw what we saw and should write what we saw, so let’s do that: The Red Sox’ second inning rally never should have happened […]
TDG returns from holiday
Meaningful info and still small samples make the trade market fertile this time of year
Paul Konerko takes a break from his regularly scheduled nice, but overlooked season to go crazy for a week.
Injuries, bullpen shuffles and rotation shake-ups
The Winter Games are in Sapporo, and the Summer Games are in Munich. Will any of our three ball clubs perform Olympian feats?
Not quite one-third of the way into the season, so far it’s been a runaway.
Buster Olney had this to say about Roy Halladay‘s pitch mix: The percentage of Roy Halladay pitches that were fastballs in ’11: 27. Pct. of Halladay pitches that were fastballs in ’12: 8. — Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) May 28, 2012 I have no idea what he’s talking about. First and foremost, Doc doesn’t throw four-seam […]
When everyone’s healthy, the Red Sox will have a big decision.
The weekly six
A couple of A’s hitters, a middle infielder looking to revive his career and a couple of southpaw starters.
Not the guy who broke Ruth’s record—the other way around.
He’s not baseball’s most famous Duke, but his 1972 card helps make him memorable.