The Cardinals should celebrate their World Series victory, because they'll soon have to focus on the business of re-signing the face of their franchise, Albert Pujols.
It used to be known as the Fall Classic, back when people paid attention to it. Now? The World Series is fast becoming an afterthought in the sports landscape. But we can fix that!
Just supposin' Barry Bonds and the Hall of Fame ever get together, it'd be one heck of an acceptance speech, wouldn't it? Here's one version.
The long, cold winter is over, and Opening Day is upon us. At last, we can start to get answers to all these offseason questions. Like, what if our man's predictions are actually right for a change?
Entering their fourth season without Barry Bonds, the defending champion Giants are in a position they're thoroughly enjoying.
Every year it seems Carlos Zambrano stands up and makes the same pledge -- the drama is over ... the slate is clean ... he's a changed man. Do you believe him this time?
Cliff Lee's two World Series losses could end up being his legacy with the Rangers as he entertains free agent offers this offseason.
Game 4 provided more evidence that baseball needs enhanced instant replay to prevent blown calls from affecting outcomes on the game's biggest stage.
The Rangers are turning the World Series into, well, a Series, now that they've cut the Giants' lead in half.
The Rangers are getting beaten in every way and are in big trouble as they head home needing to win Game 3.
This World Series might not seem like the sexiest matchup, but take a closer look and you might realize Rangers-Giants really is must-see theater.
Scout X thinks that A-Rod is a phony, that the Mariners had a great offseason but the Angels still own the AL West, and that he'd actually pay real money to watch Matt Cain and Tim Lincecum pitch. Oh, and that's just the beginning ...
We took Randy Johnson's high school scouting reports and reviewed them with him 27 years later. Needless to say, a few were just a bit outside.
The trial is delayed. Barry Bonds wants to play. And we know just the spot in the lineup for him.
After six mostly disappointing and injury-filled years with the Cubs, Mark Prior is starting over with the Padres. And he's just trying to blend in with his new team.