Money can't buy anything this time of year, putting the Yankees on the same level with the Padres and Reds as October approaches, writes Karl Ravech.
Derek Jeter's numbers are down, and the growing sentiment is his best days are behind him. Karl Ravech needs to see him in October before he's ready to go there.
How do you look at baseball? How does it compare to a 12-year-old's view? Karl Ravech finds out it's a whole different world.
The Little League World Series will use expanded replay, and Karl Ravech can't understand why Major League Baseball hasn't already done the same thing.
The trade deadline has passed, but that doesn't mean teams won't make alterations the rest of the way in hopes of getting into the postseason.
Cliff Lee's trade to the Rangers just makes things a little more interesting heading into what should be a wide open second half of the season, says Karl Ravech.
Buck Showalter and Bobby Valentine have been mentioned as candidates for a few managerial openings. Karl Ravech details some of the ins and outs of the process.
Sure, the AL East has big names at the top of the marquee, but Karl Ravech says the best division in baseball -- now and possibly for years to come -- is the NL East.
The Rays decided to designate Pat Burrell for assignment, which has Karl Ravech questioning the worth of all designated hitters.
OK, it's not like Wilson Ramos is going to steal Joe Mauer's job while the Minnesota catcher is out with a heel injury, but he's certainly more than an emergency fill-in.
Sure, it's still early, but perhaps not too early for managers to be facing tough decisions. Karl Ravech examines when it stops being too early to pull the plug on a struggling player.
The best day of the year? Well, to Karl Ravech, that's such a silly question. It's absolutely Opening Day.