Quick message to all those driven parents out there -- your Little Leaguers are still kids.
The Dodgers trade have improved them on paper, but the mood in the clubhouse definitely took a hit.
The trade deadline is tough on players -- your team can be broken up, or you might be shipped out yourself.
When you're away from home as a major league player, the visiting clubhouse attendants take care of you.
Signing tons of autographs, schmoozing with corporate sponsors ... being an All-Star isn't all fun and games.
Players are often the best evaluators of other players -- so why aren't there more former players in the front office?
It is too much to ask the big leaguers to put in nine innings of effort?
If a guy can help your team you get him. But you need to ask yourself a few questions first.
Hitting 500 homers? A great accomplishment. But players can't forget that winning comes first.
The draft is screwed up -- and so are the "amateurs" asking for millions before they play an inning in the bigs.
Playing a sport may seem like an easy job. But guess what? Acting is even easier.
Who are the slowest guys in baseball? John Kruk rapidly names his All-Slow Team.
John Kruk says it's time to quit paying so much attention to pitch counts -- and "American Idol."
There's something wrong when teams can't draft certain players because they're worried they can't sign them.
Take a look around the majors right now. Because some old geezers are proving they're not out of gas.
The Texas Rangers are a fun team to follow this season. And before you know it, they could be contenders.