Archive for July 2006

David discusses projecting the future with six top baseball forecasters in this five part series.

Projections for four minor leaguers on the move, including the Phillies’ C.J. Henry and the Rangers’ Nelson Cruz.

Bruce Sutter may have been inducted into the Hall of Fame, but that didn’t stop many of today’s top relievers, including Bobby Jenks, Armando Benitez, B.J. Ryan and Huston Street, from blowing saves.

The White Sox and Orioles slugged it out in Camden Yards, while the Devil Rays simply slugged the Yankees.

In the Bronx this baseball aristocrat has his head in the guillotine of public opinion.

The Rockies win a close game for only the second time in their last twelve.

Tinker and Evers, the best-known double play combo of all time, refused to speak to each other for 33 years.

Which National League contenders could use the most help down the stretch? Which team whiffed its way down the third-base ladder like a drunken frat boy? Read the National League version of the top 10 worst regulars for contenders to find out.

The Twins swept the White Sox to tie them for second place in the AL Central, but the Yankees swept the Rangers to sneak ahead of both teams into the Wild Card lead.

Ranking all major league teams.