Join Steve as he embarks upon a tale of three National League cities, asking some intriguing variations on the theme of, “What if?”
Whether a baseball decision or a marketing one, calling him up doesn’t make sense.
That’s a lot of frequent flyer miles.
Roster decisions are never easy, but they get even tougher when they involve prospects.
Oakland’s acquisition of Jed Lawrie caps off a strong offseason full of all the right minor moves.
The Diamondbacks had the chance to fill out their team nicely during the offseason. So why haven’t they?
We learn that there must be 50 ways to leave your lover. Is there any way for our Phillies or Mets to get our Cardinals to take leave of first place?
Love will keep The Captain and Tennille together. Can anything come between our Cardinals and first place?
Can it be that it was all so simple then, or has time rewritten every line? Let’s look at the way our counterfactual friends were.
Whether or not it works out, it’s a wise move.
Eddie Kendricks got to keep on truckin’. How will our three franchises roll?
Changing baseball history, one obscure turning point at a time
Your mama don’t dance, and your daddy don’t rock and roll. Will our heroes do better than that?
Don McLean drove his Chevy to the levee, but the levee was dry. What will our franchises discover this year?
The Yankees’ injury issues put them in a free agency, luxury tax bind.
Let’s swing into the ’70s with our latest fictional fun.
There are plenty of rumors surrounding the Royals and top prospect Wil Myers, making it easy to wonder what the Royals long-term plan is.
Join Steve as he launches another virtual scenario, triple-franchise style.
Does the Marlins’ fire sale make sense on its own merits?
Should the Rays consider moving their successful young right-hander?