Aaron takes a look at two of last year’s “fluke” performers, who are going in different directions this season.
Studes looks at the unbalanced schedules of each team, and how they might affect the pennant races.
Ben and Larry discuss Derek Jeter, Boston’s hurting stars, and exactly why the back-and-forth atop the division doesn’t mean much in May.
Some of these old guys can still pitch, and Matthew ranks ‘em.
Big stars in Chicago, Anaheim and Atlanta hit the DL this week and Joe breaks it all down.
Due to the number of amazing pitching performances last week, Ben switches things up and lists the pitchers first in this week’s stock watch.
The Twins took on the Blue Jays yesterday afternoon and Aaron takes you through every pitch on the way to an exciting finish.
Ben looks through his mailbag and finds that all the hype surrounding Carlos Beltran is making people go a little bit overboard.
From AAA to Pedro vs. Halladay, Ben talks about the five baseball games he attended in the last week.
Bryan checks in on the weekend transactions, including a sign that the Expos might exist beyond 2004.
Robert looks at which starting pitching prospects are doing well in AAA.
Barry Bonds has been intentionally walked more than any team in baseball this season. Should something be done to stop this incredibly boring (and self-destructive) strategy, and if so, what?
Aaron does his best Larry King impression, and talks about everything and nothing all at once.
We’ve computed Bill James’ uber-statistic, Win Shares, for all players so far in 2004. You can find them in our Stats Section, and you can read a bit more about them in this article.
What happened to Montreal’s offense? Aaron takes a look at just how awful the Expos’ hitting has been and just where it puts them in history.