It’s a general fact of life in Major League Baseball that some teams simply have more difficult roads to the postseason than others do.
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim boast the best player in baseball, but the team has made the playoffs in just one of Mike Trout’s five MLB seasons.
Bryce Harper had a new weapon with him at spring training on Sunday, and its name is Lucille.
The Boston Red Sox have to be concerned about catcher Blake Swihart showing signs of Mackey Sasser Syndrome in spring training.
Eric Gagne last threw a Major League pitch in 2008, but nearly a full decade later, he’s looking for opportunities to come back.
Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Mallex Smith came to his current team by way of the Seattle Mariners. His tenure in the Pacific Northwest lasted just 77 minutes, as he was traded twice in one day.
It’s generally accepted by players that baseball is a business, and sometimes teams will make tough decisions that their players don’t completely approve of.
Andrew Miller may be the Cleveland Indians’ best reliever, but he won’t be closing games for them to start 2017.