The playoffs are here and you've got decisions to make. Who to cheer? Who to jeer? It's our annual Rootability Index.
It seems like forever since the Royals were in a World Series. Or the Orioles. Or the A's. Or the Dodgers. Or . . . oh boy, it's going to be a fun finish to this season.
It gets hot in Kansas City. A catcher perspires. So what's wrong with bringing a little sweet-smelling scent into the game? Nothin', if you listen to catcher Salvador Perez (and others).
Here's a start on how we're going to survive baseball's dog days: After we assigned a fictional pooch to each team in the National League, we took on the AL.
Check out Jim Caple's five Home Run Derby candidates to consider.
A nod on this Mother's Day to the most underappreciated people in baseball: the moms who made it possible for all of us to play.
Jim Caple: Uni Watch Power Rankings underrate Dodgers, Tigers, Yankees and yes, even Marlins.
Kansas City fans voiced their displeasure at Robinson Cano for not including Royals All-Star Billy Butler on the AL Home Run Derby team.
Why let reality get in the way of our best memories of 2009? It's the 10th Annual Year That Wasn't.
The greatest team of the 2000s? That's easy. It's the New York Yankees. The most dreadful? Well, the nominees are ...
While Jim Caple liked Kauffman Stadium the way it was, he has to admit the improvements are great.
Do you really think the players should bear the blame for losing? We all know the managers are at fault.
Visiting what remains of ballparks that aren't there anymore and other, out-of-the-way hardball landmarks can be a rewarding experience.
People seem to care whether Bud Selig shows up for Barry Bonds' record-breaking home run. But it really doesn't matter one bit, writes Page 2's Jim Caple.
Page 2's Jim Caple braves the flotsam and jetsam of McCovey Cove amid the eccentric flotilla at the Home Run Derby.
Just because so many players are achieving career milestones doesn't mean they have any less value.