Alan Schwarz runs down the top moments from the past week and looks ahead to the upcoming week in Baseball Today.
With a number of matters that remain either undecided or unclear, here are nine innings of questions about the World Baseball Classic.
With roster moves, executive switches, Hall of Fame voting and more, there will be plenty of baseball news in the next five months.
Alan Schwarz offers nine innings of questions that open the second half and will take us to the end of the season.
Alan Schwarz walks through the entire thought process of making up the National League team.
Ex-Aussie phenom Glenn Williams took 11 years to reach the majors. So far, he's made the most of his brief stay, Alan Schwarz writes.
The Blue Jays the best at spotting big leaguers? Alan Schwarz look at Opening Day rosters.
Strength of schedule may play a role in a team's final record, but it's usually not a major factor, Alan Schwarz writes.
The Expos move to D.C., the Carlos Beltran sweepstakes and BALCO will be among this winter's key issues.
J.D. Drew had big shoes to fill in Atlanta this season. Thanks to good health, he's become a five-tool force.
Many "post-deadline" trades turn out to be blockbusters over time, just ask the Braves about a certain 1987 move.
Sources say pulling together a World Cup-style tournament by next March might not be possible.
Injuries to key players like Garciaparra, Pettitte or Prior doesn't necessarily add up to more losses on the field.
Leo Mazzone faces the biggest challenge of his Braves tenure with the latest remake of their pitching staff.
Paul Konerko is among a number of players who enter 2004 looking to rebound from poor seasons in '03.
With fewer inner-city children playing baseball, MLB has a plan in place to get more participation in the sport.