What if the All-Star Game were tonight? Who should be starting and backing up?
The Reds are looking down at teams that everyone figured would smoke them before, after and during dinner.
Taking into account the caliber of the opposition, Don Larsen's perfect game is the finest of them all.
It's been rough going for the freshman class of starters so far this season.
The Expos have managed to win four games while only scoring eight runs in those victories.
Insider's Jim Baker had the honor of witnessing the final home run in Willie Mays' illustrious career.
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The possibility of Alex Rodriguez in a Boston Red Sox uniform is looking a little dicey.
It is probably unrealistic to expect Curt Schilling and Pedro Martinez to produce 68 to 70 starts in 2004.
Although there is no official salary cap, every team -- with the exception of one -- has instituted one for itself.
Alfonso Soriano's incredible slump has come at the worst possible time for the Yankees.
Bernie Williams of the Yankees now holds the record for most postseason home runs.
The Marlins should try to build on their success this season, and make Miami a baseball stronghold.
Roger Clemens is coming off a 2003 season which may, arguably, be the second-best finale a pitcher ever had.
Catching a glimpse of a playoff game requires hard work and usually calls for a trip to a nearby tavern at lunch time.
The Cubs have saved their best pitcher for Game Three, but Greg Maddux might make problems for the home team.