Craig relates the strange and terrible saga of Benjamin Michael Kauff — an outfielder, a bon vivant, and an innocent man.
Despite the fact that the Red Sox and Yankees are a combined 8-7, Ben Jacobs and Alex Belth (who fills in for Larry Mahnken one more time) are not really worried about their favorite clubs.
Aaron talks Pedro, Josh, Johan and Baseball Tonight.
The Mets could use some healthy young arms in their starting rotation. So what’s up with 27-year-old Jae Seo?
Ben takes a look at some of the players who have helped (Jermaine Dye) or hurt (Brian Roberts) their fantasy value this week.
Aaron takes a look at the guys who hack and the guys who walk, and imagines a dream matchup.
We waited six months, but Bryan thinks the first few days of this season have made all 180 days worth it.
Aaron heard a rumor about Arthur Rhodes’ record closing games, so he does a little investigating.
Does starting the season 2-0 against the Yankees mean Victor Zambrano is worthy of his own award? No, but winning a bizarre triple crown does.
Aaron talks with the man in charge of Victory Sports, the Twins’ new network that most fans aren’t able to watch.
Before Beane, Ricciardi and DePodesta, there was Bill Veeck and Frank “Trader” Lane.
No team has played more than three games yet this season, but there have already been a plethora of injuries to teams in the AL Central.
Craig, on the beauty of Opening Day.
George Steinbrenner and the Yankees are spending over $180 million this season in an attempt to win their first World Series of the 21st Century. Will they succeed, or will their fans have to suffer through yet another year of not being able to gloat that much? Larry takes a look.
The Red Sox were unable to complete their trade for Alex Rodriguez, but they did improve the starting rotation, sign a top-notch closer and keep a great offense largely intact. Will that be enough to break the six-year cycle of the AL East and finally get past the New York Yankees?