It's a no-brainer by now: Baseball needs Mark Cuban much more than Mark Cuban needs baseball. The league has no excuse for keeping him from buying the Dodgers.
The warning signs were there seven years ago when Frank and Jamie McCourt bought the Dodgers. Too bad baseball didn't heed them.
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?
He can't run and he can't hide anymore now that he's a hitting coach. It's time for Mark McGwire to salute his present by speaking out about his past.
Fifteen reasons to root for the Philadelphia Phillies in the World Series.
On the brink of elimination, the Dodgers need Manny Ramirez to do just one simple thing: be himself.
WBC, Cutler, the tourney, Manny and more: A wild weekend makes a mind wander.
He wasn't greedy enough. He wasn't quotable enough. He wasn't controversial enough. But he was a winner -- a 355-game winner. And we'll miss him greatly this spring.
Time for baseball to deal with a most pressing crisis: It's drunk on champagne celebrations. Time to go cold turkey -- except for the big one.
The Cubs have been completely outplayed in the first two games of their NLDS with the Dodgers, and Gene Wojciechowski writes that the series is over.
Chicago has become the top city for sports weirdness.
Exclusive! A-Rod updates his Web site mailbag just in time for the free-agent season.
The Dodgers have Joe Torre. But they need a lot more than that if they're going to be a factor.
On the surface, it's a no-brainer. But look deeper, and there is debate about which player a team would want more: Bonds or Rodriguez.
Barry Bonds will capture the nation's attention for a while, but an Alex Rodriguez home run chase looms.