The Reds are looking down at teams that everyone figured would smoke them before, after and during dinner.
After 40 years in a pitchers' park, shouldn't logic tell us that the Mets should have at least one no-hitter by now?
The A's lead the A.L. in success rate, nabbing an extra sack on 80 percent of the occasions they've tried.
This is the time of year when all things are possible, and everyone has a chance to contend.
Pat Burrell is eager to put a disastrous 2003 season behind him and help the Phillies reach the playoffs.
Frank Robinson, manager of the wayward, orphaned Expos, takes a happy look at what is to come for his charges.
Now that he has signed with the Yankees, it would appear Kenny Lofton will keep his postseason streak going.
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In the aftermath of being bounced from the playoffs, the Cubs and Red Sox have made good moves.
Baseball has seen a proliferation of information available to the modern manager to aid him in his decision-making.
It would appear that the Royals are interested in any free-agent outfielder not named Guerrero or Sheffield.
Manny Ramirez has reached a crossroads. Plus, notes on Cuban defectors, Barry Bonds and more.
Like Dusty Baker, Jack McKeon's reputation is probably safe regardless of what takes place in the Bronx.
Alfonso Soriano's incredible slump has come at the worst possible time for the Yankees.