If you thought that the 2013 season wasn't jam-packed with strange but true feats on and off the diamond, Jayson Stark's here to disabuse you of that notion.
Jayson Stark picks the winners and losers of the offseason to date, considering the winter meetings couldn't match the activity from the previous week.
It's always easier to look back than to look forward. So it's time once again to hand out our annual end-of-season awards. The envelopes, please ...
Congratulations, you've reached the postseason as a wild card. Your reward? A nine-inning, win-or-go-home fight for your playoff lives.
Replay isn't perfect, and it'll never be perfect. But let's just hope something positive comes from this debacle in Cleveland.
Believe it or not, Padres third baseman Chase Headley is the top position player on the trade market, with four teams vying for his services.
The Philadelphia Phillies are quietly making Jim Thome available to American League teams looking for a designated hitter, executives of two AL clubs said Thursday.
What's new? From Albert Pujols in L.A. to the playoffs to Marlins Park in Miami, the 2012 season has a much different look.
The Indians are aware of Ubaldo Jimenez's ups and downs, but they are taking a chance that he'll pitch like an ace.
The biggest names still on the market? Astros outfielder Hunter Pence takes top honors as the deadline looms.
San Diego is working on potential deals involving closer Heath Bell, setup man Mike Adams and outfielder Ryan Ludwick.
Can the Indians keep up their phenomenal play and stay on top of the American League Central? If not, who's going to catch them?
Rather than face a 100-game suspension, Manny Ramirez instead chose to call it quits, leaving the game with 555 career home runs and a tainted legacy.
In an excerpt from his book, "The Stark Truth," Jayson Stark explains why he believes Bob Feller is the most underrated right-handed starting pitcher of all time.
The Cardinals have made Indians pitcher Jake Westbrook their No. 1 target leading into the trade deadline, according to teams that have spoken with them.
It's safe to say that the first half of the season was filled with crazy injuries, nutty box-score lines and a fair share of no-hitters.