Nothin' says the end of winter like the release of the new set of Topps baseball cards. (OK, it's still cold, but Off Base felt warm spring training breezes as soon as he opened the first pack.)
Barry Zito and Tim Lincecum earned trophies in years past, but their Game 1 work could help the Giants win World Series hardware now.
With the rise of the Super PACs and the proliferation of outside financial interests, you know it's just a matter of time before we see attack ads in All-Star campaigns.
The Mariners' unpredictable feat, a six-pitcher no-hitter, took time for even them to figure out.
The Rays' amazing comeback comeback on the final day of the regular season propelled them into the the playoffs and pushed the Red Sox over the edge.
"Moneyball" uses Hollywood blueprint for baseball success.
Off Base looks at the winter's market for Albert Pujols.
Off Base ranks the logos for each MLB team from No. 1 to 30.
Jim Caple checks in with minor league umpires Matthew Mullins and Matt Heersema, who make $60 per game, rarely get days off and are competing against each other to move up.
Page 2 selects the top 10 fictional home runs in baseball history.
Armed with a big contract and limitless potential, Justin Upton is primed to quickly become a star for the Diamondbacks in 2010.
The greatest team of the 2000s? That's easy. It's the New York Yankees. The most dreadful? Well, the nominees are ...
The All-Star Game tribute to Yankee Stadium fell short of the emotion and star power that was on display at Fenway Park in 1999.
If the Yankees lose Game 7, it will culminate the greatest collapse in postseason baseball history.
The Red Sox finally exorcised their Yankee demon. All it took was the greatest comeback in baseball history.
Some possible weekend scenarios that will determine how will the West(s) and a batting record will be won.