Archive for August 2013

Which teams, currently on the outside looking in, have the best odds of sneaking into the playoffs?

The Red Sox promoted long-awaited prospect Xander Bogaerts on Monday, but didn’t play him.

CC’s poor performance was overshadowed by the idiotic A-Rod beaning controversy.

Tomorrow is a good day for pitcher streaming

We enter the closing weeks of summer, and this division’s race is looking quite done.

A look at Philadelphia’s shifting from Charlie Manuel to Ryne Sandberg.

Brayan Pena, Brett Oberholtzer step up in Week 21

Bartolo Colon’s injury has Brett Anderson on a path back to the rotation.

Eddie Gaedel vs. James Thurber: fact vs. fiction

Tomorrow is very thin on pitching talent to stream

Despite early signs, Sunday turned out to be a solid day for streaming

Tomorrow requires boldness or desperation in order to stream pitchers

A good idea? A good idea badly executed? Or just unnecessary?

Breaking down the top three, or five, or seven pitchers in the AL.

Will Venable and L.J. Hoes are discussed in today’s Waiver Wire.

Two very different ballplayers deserve to be celebrated.

How Ryan Buchter went from journeyman reliever to elite relief pitching prospect in one offseason

Tomorrow is looking good, but there are clouds on the horizon, so stream now.

Breaks down some possible hitter pickups for dynasty team owners that are out of the 2013 title race.

While everybody was Kung Fu fighting, how were our ball clubs faring?