Like Hunter Pence's logic-defying hit, San Francisco's elimination-defying run to the World Series cannot be easily explained.
Don't be shocked if Roger Clemens winds up on the mound in Houston in September.
The Giants, a self-proclaimed group of castoffs and misfits, might not be the most imposing team in baseball, but they are one of the last two left standing.
From Brian Anderson to Kent Mercker to Edgardo Alfonzo, many players who haven't set foot on a major league roster in a while have been "invited" to spring training.
For 14 straight years, the Braves were synonymous with the playoffs. But after a suddenly empty October, they're looking for a fresh start.
Will Roger Clemens' body hold up and allow him to excel with the Astros? That's among the questions surrounding the Rocket's return.
He has already un-retired almost as many times as Cher. But Roger Clemens' latest, greatest comeback from retirement appears to be drawing closer. Much closer.
What's happening with Roger Clemens' comeback? His agent says he's stepped up his workouts and could decide within three weeks, writes Jayson Stark. • Where will the Rocket land?
Baseball has become Latin America's sport. Want proof? Watch the World Baseball Classic.
Roger Clemens might not have had a full tank, but there was still enough Rocket fuel to get a postseason victory, Jayson Stark writes.
Adam Dunn just might have hit the most prodigious homer ever seen in baseball -- clear into another state!
Best golf courses. Worst restaurants. No one knows Arizona and Florida like the well-traveled Reggie Sanders.
From Danny Graves becoming a starting pitcher to Aaron Boone moving to second base, change is the key word in Cincinnati.
From Barry Bonds' first home run to Manny Ramirez's hairdo, spring training is in full swing.