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.
The 2013 regular season was anything but regular. The Year in Review reveals its annual Injuries of the Year, Box Score Lines of the Year, Tweets of the Year and Late-Night Quips of the Year.
Jayson Stark highlights five storylines we can go back to now that we have an A-Rod resolution.
My pick is guaranteed to be wrong no matter what, isn't it? Just check my track record. So here goes: In the 2012 World Series, you will see ...
The matchups will be determined by what happens on the field Wednesday. So let's run through the various scenarios.
Tiebreakers and weather could turn the first week of Bud Selig's new October into a logistical nightmare.
The ripple effects of MLB's new postseason format are about to get even more visible and dramatic over the season's final 40 games.
What if, say, Albert Pujols, Carl Crawford or Jayson Werth landed on outright waivers. Would there be any takers?
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.
As the AL wild-card gap shrinks, baseball officials are now sweating out the possibility of a three-way tie that could wreak havoc with next week's American League Division Series.
The Rangers got exactly what they wanted and needed at the trade deadline, heading the list of winners. The Yankees did nothing, and for that they lead the list of losers.
The Red Sox have signed pitcher Tony Pena Jr. and invited him to spring training, a source says.
The Giants won the World Series with young arms, and this week's installment looks at the five teams that have the potential to follow that formula next season.
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.
The Red Sox lost Jason Bay and focused on run prevention in the offseason, but they won't be offensively challenged in 2010.