Archive for April 2013

The easy answer is Scott Boras. But is he truly the king?

A great, yet little-known, World Series pitching performance.

In April, the weather’s always nicer outside of Wrigley Field than inside. But when the home team is ahead, the faithful always stay ’til the end.

A rain out yesterday gives us some pitchers for today

Rafael Betancourt, Rex Brothers and Allen Webster are featured in this edition of the Waiver Wire.

Does Adam Dunn have a challenger? Just how much is Joey Votto going to reach base?

Which team will have what it takes to achieve the honor of the first pick in the 2014 draft?

Double header day

Which active players have seen their Cooperstown credentials tail off?

Does Chicago’s ace have a rubber arm?

One of the worst performances you are likely to see this season in which the pitcher doesn’t get the loss.

What fantasy leagues should do when members continuously do not set legal lineups.

Today marks the start of a new, semi-regular feature that should spice up the column

Through the ages and pages, one sport is least amended of all.

Jose Quintana and Daniel Nava worth a look as Week 4 dawns

Analysis of players in danger of losing their jobs and the fantasy value of their potential replacements.

What pitchers have done the worst against various squads across history? Let’s find out.

Tomorrow looks like a good day for streaming

There’s a reason why so many Maryland parents have named their sons for this man.

Braves third basemen Juan Francisco and Chris Johnson are featured.