Robert looks at the arrival of the much-heralded Alexis Rios in Toronto.
Larry chronicles the dramatic turnaround of Captain Dreamboat, Derek Jeter.
Bryan’s second look at last week’s transactions, including a first-place team losing two big names.
What ever happened to the stolen base? Aaron takes a look in part one of a two-part series.
Ben and Larry discuss the seesawing nature of this season’s race between the Red Sox and Yankees, and why it’s probably not a good idea for fans of either team to get too high or too low just yet.
Bryan takes a look at a week’s worth of transactions, including one man’s quest to join the 500 club.
Aaron takes a look at the ongoing struggles of his favorite starting pitcher and examines whether or not the Twins might actually have a new second baseman … finally.
We’re almost a third of the way through the season and the Red Sox, as expected, are having a fine year. In fact, there are so many players contributing to the team’s success, it’s hard to pick a team MVP. Dave looks to Win Shares for help.
Craig introduces his park-and-competition-adjusted NCAA hitting and pitching statistics, and identifies the top 100 performers in each for 2004.
It’s May 28 and Derek Jeter is hitting .211. Can he still make a run at .300 or is this already a lost season?
JC examines the relationship between the size of a team’s market and its ability to win games.
Matthew combed the minor leagues and found five diamonds in the rough.
Bryan examines the flaws of the major league draft and gives a few ideas for improving it.
Ben digs into his fantasy mailbag and finds an interesting blockbuster trade to discuss, as well as an e-mail from a fantasy owner who needs some cheering up and some healthy players.
Ben looks at some of the pitchers who have turned in the most disappointing performances so far this season.