Todd Frazier gives the Mets consistency at third base, the likes of which they haven’t seen in years. On a budget, New York is better and deeper—and not as far from the playoff conversation as you might think.
What are the Milwaukee Brewers waiting for? Now that the Brewers’ logjam is thorough and complete, it has been expected by many that David Stearns would be motivated to move Domingo Santana as the centerpiece of a deal for a starting …
A glacial baseball winter picked up the pace yesterday, but we have some final thoughts on what was not that long ago Baseball’s biggest (and only) story in 2018 to-date: the Hall of Fame ballot.
While the rest of the league was sitting by the hearth, quietly contemplating the balance of expenditure and analytics, David Stearns was in the kitchen, his fingers on the dial of the burner, waiting for the temperature to be just …
Who says you can’t go home again?
Jerry Crasnick’s tweet during the NFL’s Championship Games sent baseball fans into a frenzy.
Hall of Fame voting season is silly season.
While American baseball sits immersed in an ice bath, the hot stove unable to muster much more than a simmer after the Gerrit Cole trade, summer in the southern hemisphere has bats in full swing and with it, some of …
Jeff Kent was the best offensive second baseman of his generation. Roberto Alomar might have had the glove, and Ryne Sandberg the affability and strong two-way game, but Jeff Kent owned 4 in the 90s and early aughts.
Splitting the numbers from the allegations reveals an objective truth for most modern fans. But only if they want to split the two.