Buster Posey was out. Michael Young swung. Greg Golson caught it. Three egregious calls in the first two days of the playoffs means baseball can't resist instant replay any longer.
Getting to the postseason may be the biggest challenge for a few of the best rotations in the majors.
It's all about the money. That saying is never more true than when running down the list of the five most untradable contracts in baseball.
From Most Valuable Players to Cy Youngs to Cy Yuks, it's time for Jayson Stark to start doling out his annual midseason awards.
Which team has the best collection of thumpers, top to bottom? We asked pitchers, scouts and GMs to find out.
From "unhittable" pitchers to very "hittable" pitchers, the numbers offer the cold, hard facts.
The MLB postseason shouldn't take a backseat to the NFL playoffs when factoring in competitive balance.
In winning his fourth straight MVP award, Barry Bonds had a remarkable year and put aside tremendous scrutiny.
Bonds' on-base crusade, Ichiro's hit parade, Expos' exodus: the 2004 season had plenty of highs and lows.
It was another milestone season as several prestigious hitting and pitching clubs welcomed new members.
Handing out the first-half hardware to Cy Youngs and Yuks, MVPs and LVPs, rookies and managers in each league.
Think Barry Bonds' free passes are getting out of hand? Here are five possible rule changes to fix the problem.
Some choices are easy: Eric Gagne for NL Cy Young. But other picks will surprise, especially AL MVP.
The first two pitchers to give up 10 runs in a game this year? Hint: they've won a combined nine Cy Youngs.
Jayson Stark offers useless facts on Tom Glavine, longtime teammates and plenty more.