Archive for April 2006

Albert Pujols sets the record for HR in April, the Yankees score in every inning and the rest of the news around the majors.

Barry Bonds ties Babe Ruth on the career extra base hits list, Albert Pujols ties the April HR record, Kevin Mench becomes the 1st righthanded hitter to homer in 7 consecutive games and the rest of the news around the majors.

While the St. Louis Cardinals are doing predictably well, Ben takes a look at the two teams that are surprisingly ahead of them in the NL Central standings.

Some days, I think people do things just to tick me off.

Delmon Young is suspended for hitting an umpire with a bat, Ben Broussard hits 2 HR and the rest of the news around the majors.

How important is consistency?

Frank Thomas and Gary Sheffield pass Carl Yastrzemski on the all time HR list, Mike Piazza hits his 400th career HR and the rest of the news around the majors.

Breaking news excerpts from Rick Wilton’s Baseball Injury Report.

The weekly column returns for the 2006 season.

Chipper Jones comes off the DL, Mike Mussina passes 300 RSAA, Barry Bonds homers and the rest of the news around the majors.

What if Cesar Cedeno were his own grandfather?

The Nationals get closer to a new owner and a look at MLB franchise values.

Tom Glavine takes a pounding, Eric Chavez has a good game and the rest of the news around the majors.

This time, Steve’s tour of the early years of the Expos and Padres takes us through the early 1970s. Watch out for the streaker!

The Royals, Marlins, A’s, Nationals and Twins have all been talked about for relocation. Now, if they only had a place to go.

Greg Maddux lowers his ERA to 0.99, Jason Giambi hits 2 HR and moves up on the HR list and the rest of the news around the majors.

Some more thoughts on left-handed catchers, most of them from reader e-mail.

THT’s new minor league guru takes a look at hot starts by Lastings Milledge, Brandon Wood and other top prospects in the minors.

Rick’s weekly update

Todd Helton goes on the DL, the Brewers hit 5 HR in an inning, Jim Thome moves up on the HR list and the rest of the news around the majors.