Which historical games would best serve as the framework for books?
John Isner and Nicolas Mahut evoke the 33-inning minor league game from 1981.
Do you really think the players should bear the blame for losing? We all know the managers are at fault.
People seem to care whether Bud Selig shows up for Barry Bonds' record-breaking home run. But it really doesn't matter one bit, writes Page 2's Jim Caple.
Page 2's Jim Caple braves the flotsam and jetsam of McCovey Cove amid the eccentric flotilla at the Home Run Derby.
Just because so many players are achieving career milestones doesn't mean they have any less value.
Ken Griffey Jr. is receiving a hero's welcome in Seattle this weekend. Here are 12 other players from the past two decades equally as adored.
What's in store for Roger Clemens, once he finally takes the mound for the Yankees? Jim Caple takes a look in his crystal ball.
Why do so many closers enter the game to heavy metal? Maybe it's time for a few to switch things up, writes Jim Caple.
Have you lived through 25 seasons without your team winning a championship? Then you're a member of a very special group.
Page 2's Jim Caple provides the inside scoop on news and notes from around the major leagues this spring.
It's time to kill baseball's winter meetings. They've outlived their purpose, and everyone hates them anyway.
Like it or not, Mark McGwire's Hall of Fame candidacy deserves to be judged by the same standards as previous generations, Jim Caple writes.
Justin Morneau winning the AL MVP is just further proof that the Midwest is the best coast in baseball, far better than the East or West.
With all the playoff-clinching champagne flowing in clubhouses these days, Jim Caple thinks we need some celebration rules.
If you've owned a baseball team, you're eligible for the Hall of Fame -- just don't expect to get Jim Caple's support.