Seattle's lineup is showing its age and the pitching staff has not lived up to expectations.
Baseball may very well have used up every good locale not within the jurisdiction of an existing franchise.
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Dusty Baker believes the reaction to the steroids situation in the game has been a case of paranoia.
From the looks of the A's outfield in 2003, one might be shocked to discover they were actually a playoff team.
Kazuhiro Sasaki's decision play in Japan in 2004 frees up a big chunk of money for the Mariners to play with.
Jay Payton's decision to decline Colorado's contract offer has provided Jeromy Burnitz with a new home.
The possibility of Alex Rodriguez in a Boston Red Sox uniform is looking a little dicey.
As with his baseball career, which was still going at the age of 46, Warren Spahn lived a full, long life.
Miguel Cabrera and Marlon Byrd look like men who have been playing in the major leagues for years.
One writer thinks Mark Prior deserves the Cy Young, while another acknowledges Kenny Rogers' performance.
Manny Ramirez's continuing absence owing to a soar throat is bothering his teammates.
Should Cal Ripken, Jr. be the first unanimous choice for the Hall of Fame?
While Pete Rose may yet deserve a place in Cooperstown, should he ever be allowed to manage again?
Mariano Rivera's invincibility was once a constant of baseball, but that hasn't been the case lately.
There's the best (Cards-Giants), slugging slugfest (Red Sox-Blue Jays) and worst non-Detroit (Pirates-Brewers) matchups of the week.