Another year of Interleague baseball (and an American League victory) is in the books, and unfortunately for the haters, it was deemed a success by Major League Baseball. Published June 29 2010
Since a very rough first 2 months of the season, Sox hurler has sub 1.00 ERA Published June 28 2010
Are the A's going to be buyers or sellers at the trading deadline? Statistical splits don't look favorable Published June 24 2010
The outfielder with the eye-catching name is back in the A's lineup, but he could be dealt out of Oakland Published June 24 2010
Last week's A's-Cubs interleague series was a special time for Athletics IF Adam Rosales Published June 21 2010
A recent study highlights the demographic shifts in MLB general managers that reflect on an increased emphasis on advanced scouting and baseball as a business. Published June 17 2010
If the Cubs are going to turn their season around, then the two-time All Star needs to be their rock. Published June 17 2010
Jim Hendry's team may be 7.5 games out, and 8 games under .500, but they're not giving up any time soon Published June 16 2010
Only six games separate the first and last place teams in the NL East, and thanks to some early arrival prospects, things won't be changing anytime soon. Published June 15 2010
The Sox may have won four in a row, but the future still remains more captivating than the present Published June 13 2010
Stephen Strasburg, you've just taken your first step into a larger world. Published June 9 2010
The first round of the 2010 MLB Draft had everything people love about the NFL and NBA drafts: some can't misses, a few surprises, and just as many late round steals. Published June 8 2010
The 2010 MLB Draft is peaking over the horizon, and the only guaranteed predictions come out of the top three slots. Published June 6 2010
He may be polarizing, but he's fair with his players. And that's what you want as a baseball fan. Published June 4 2010
Maybe this is who Floyd really is - a pitcher who serves as de facto batting practice on days he can't locate his breaking pitch Published June 3 2010
It's time for the second version of the MLB mock draft, complete with a few changes big and small. Published June 2 2010
Jake McCormick is a graduate of UW-Eau Claire, where he spent more time working at the campus newspaper than he did in any classroom. He has received a Certificate of Merit for sports writing from the Wisconsin Newspaper Association and ...Read More
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