Chris Sale Doesn't Want White Sox To Trade Him
Chris Sale is accustomed to trade rumors, but this time around he's adamant about not wanting to leave the White Sox.
Terry Collins Apologizes For 'Puppy Dog' Remark
Terry Collins apologized to Jay Horwitz, the Mets vice president of media relations, a day after publicly lashing out at him.
Rockies Request Waivers On Jose Reyes To Release Him
The Rockies have requested waivers on Jose Reyes for the purpose of granting his unconditional release.
Padres 'Active' In Trade Talks, But Aren't Willing To Move Wil Myers
Wil Myers is hitting .290/.336/.529 with a career-high 16 home runs in 301 plate appearances.
Orioles Showing Interest In Francisco Liriano, Drew Pomeranz
The Orioles have an all-right-handed rotation and are interested in trading for a left-hander to balance things out.
All Four Cubs Infielders On Pace To Start All-Star Game
Marlins Targeting Trade For Jake Odorizzi Or Drew Pomeranz
Dodgers Hold Private Workout With Yulieski Gurriel
Yoenis Cespedes, Noah Syndergaard Sent For Tests
Rob Manfred: Las Vegas 'Viable Alternative' For MLB

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Addicted To Chaos: On Steven Wright And Knuckleballin'

by John Watson

In a time when pitchers are throwing harder and harder, when teams are always on the lookout for the next Moneyball-style advantage, we'll see more pitchers joining this exclusive club and bringing a little more chaos to the masses.

In Defense Of The Cubs' Scary Starters

by John Watson

The Cubs' rotation has all been pitching better than you would expect based on their raw numbers. The defense is certainly helping the cause and maybe there's some catcher magic going on. Whatever they are doing, if they keep on doing it, this team is going to be scary come October.

Pirate Power: On the Bucs' Beastly Batters

by John Watson

The Pirates are contending because they have a smart front office who makes due with the financial realities that face their team. The way in which the Bucs are contending this year is a bit surprising, at least when compared to their recent templates for success.

Hit Me Baby, One More Time: Appreciating Ichiro

by John Watson

There is a real Ichirenaissance going on in Miami with Ichrio hitting .323/.388/.376 and putting up his best numbers in years with him being even more selective and hitting the ball harder than ever.

The Mets' Amazin' Offseason

by John Watson

The Mets re-signed Yoenis Cespedes for at least a year, popped off a good looking trade for Neil Walker and signed Asdrubal Cabrera, three moves that have worked out exceptionally well.

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