Depending on how much of a trend-setter Nationals manager Davey Johnson is, Washington relief pitcher Drew Storen could be in for a long season of harassment.
The Rangers willingly let C.J. Wilson leave via free agency, likely because they knew all along they would be serious bidders for Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish.
Last week, Toronto catcher J.P. Arencibia absolutely nailed it with a Tim Kurkijan impression while talking to Terry Francona at Blue Jays camp.
If you don’t think C.C. Sabathia is serious about staying in better shape and keeping the weight off this season, well, I can’t say I blame you.
The carnival ride you see in the photo above is not a carnival ride. It’s a home run sculpture.
Ryan Braun may have won his appeal, but he has lost plenty of fans.
Relief pitchers often have trouble finding consistency in their careers. They typically sign a one or two-year deal with a team and bounce around numerous times.
For those of you who who unaware, it has been a while since the Cubs won a World Series. The same was true of the Red Sox when Theo Epstein took over as general manager 10 years ago.