Go Dodgers! (Says Michael.)
One way or another, MLB may be forced to address the sign-stealing-through-technology issue.
It remains to be seen if it would translate to MLB, but this guy would be fun to watch.
Now they better take advantage of it.
There’s a lot to like there if you just focus on production. And it opens up other possibilities *cough Machado cough*.
It’s all just so fishy and hasty.
Is this series over yet?
Yo quiero a mourning Chalupa.
The upper deck will get a lot of focus this time around, and the Captain Morgan Club is currently gone.
Wowza. There is so much fishiness and weirdness that goes way beyond last night’s news.
Don’t call it a comeback. No, seriously, you apparently cannot call it a comeback.
Just lose already, Milwaukee.
Baseball is Fun: What.A.Jerk.
At a certain price level, a return would not make sense. But on the right deal? It’s not as if the Cubs couldn’t use him.
Perhaps Davis and his philosophy just weren’t the right fit.
Selective aggression, familiarity, launch angles, tailor-made approaches. It all sounds great on paper, right?
The Mets are having trouble attracting candidates. Big surprise. Also: does MLB need a long Red Sox/Astros series to have a successful year?
Hyde is getting love on the interview circuit.
The stove is bubbling up, with plenty to discuss from the rumor mill.
The matchup nobody wanted.
Credit, sigh, where credit is due.
Baez made an absurd turnaround this year against curveballs.
Could the Cubs lose another coach?
Wainwright will never leave St. Louis. Also, what if Manny Machado is actually a good defensive shortstop. How does that change your calculous?
The latest from around the league, including potentially serious issues for the Dodgers. Also: curse you, Christian Yelich …
Jesse Chavez wasn’t the only older, versatile arm who came to the Cubs and dominated. Jorge De La Rosa did it, too.
Not the kind of trade he was looking to make.