Clearly, the Cardinals are the NL's best team, but this year any team that reaches the playoffs can win the World Series.
Hank Aaron would excel in today's game, and Barry Bonds would excel in Aaron's era.
It's a special privilege to spend time with Hank Aaron and Barry Bonds (on the same day).
I never thought I'd say this, but I believe Ken Griffey Jr. needs a change of scenery.
As I look at the playoff races, the drama in Philly reminds me of '83, when I played for the Phillies.
The Dodgers' trade-deadline deals were the most questionable, while the Red Sox and Yankees made good moves.
For me, the worst part of the dog days of August was the mental (not physical) fatigue.
Best infield ever? He may be biased, but Joe says his Big Red infield was no doubt the best.
The Yankees have baseball's best record, but don't say their success is about all the money they spend.
I'd like to see Major League Baseball take a hiatus from interleague play every three years.
Is closer Eric Gagne's saves streak a great accomplishment or an overblown statistic? I can see both sides.
Long before Ken Griffey Jr. began his march to the 500-homer club, he tried to set some hitting records in the clubhouse at Riverfront Stadium.
If Ken Griffey Jr. leads the Reds to the playoffs, he might achieve Big Red Machine status.
Led by old-school Jack McKeon, who's been at the helm one year now, the Marlins aim to defend their title.
Johnny Bench and Ivan Rodriguez are the two best catchers I've seen ... but I'll take Bench first.
One month into their first season after the A-Rod trade, it's clear the Rangers have a young nucleus for success.