May 23, 2013
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Fernando Valenzuela at first base. Seriously?
Because there isn't much else to do after you've run out of walls against which to bang your head.
Geoff revisits last winter's wish list for all 30 teams.
Josh Barfield redefined the phrase "sophomore slump" in 2007.
Because Boston was better
Belief is a dangerous thing.
I don't believe in destiny either, but have you got a better explanation?
Pitching got the Rockies this far; now it's time for the hitters to shine.
Better pitching wins in a short series. Or at least it did this time.
When you have nothing to lose, you are dangerous.
Too bad Lynn and Murray weren't first-round quality...
How a spending-averse owner wrecked a team for years.
The Class of '07 shows its class
Are guys like Matt Cain, Conor Jackson and Chad Billingsley living up to the hype? Geoff takes a look at the emerging talent in the NL West.
Geoff takes a closer look at San Diego's young first baseman.
In an excerpt from his new book, Geoff examines one of the strategies a "small-market" team can employ to help level the playing field.
The Padres seek their third straight NL West title.
One of the relatively inexpensive ways a team can help itself is by finding undervalued arms for its bullpen.
The honest answer is that we have no clue whatsoever, but that's boring and doesn't tell us anything we didn't already know.
Who knew there was so much young talent in the NL West?
Sometimes a guy just needs a chance.