Some T-shirts just don't make the final cut to appear in team souvenir stores. Like these.
Which No. 1 overall picks have done the best, and worst, over the last 25 years -- the NFL's, the NBA's, or MLB's? Jim Baker takes a look back.
What if the All-Star Game were tonight? Who should be starting and backing up?
Raul Mondesi, who had his contract with the Pirates terminated, could be joining the Angels and soon.
The Reds are looking down at teams that everyone figured would smoke them before, after and during dinner.
Carl Crawford is walking more and emerging into one of the best leadoff men in baseball.
For the sixth time this year, Jose Guillen was hit by a pitch and he reacted by blaming his teammates.
The ideal leadoff man is a player who reaches base often and disrupts defenses with speed.
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.
Taking into account the caliber of the opposition, Don Larsen's perfect game is the finest of them all.
Last year's darlings of the early going, the Montreal Expos, are this year's orphans in the storm.
The latest diagnosis on Garrett Anderson counts as very good news for the banged up Angels.
Randy Johnson's perfect outing on Tuesday night is bound to get one running to the record books.
Jason Varitek will be a free agent at the end of this season, and it won't be easy putting a price tag on his worth.
The Angels' offense has driven Jarrod Washburn to a 7-1 record in spite of a fairly average ERA of 4.68.