Off Base looks ahead to all the future baseball news that isn't fit to print anywhere else. Here's what 2014 might (or might not) have in store for us.
Not to worry that some of America's best players aren't on Team USA in the World Baseball Classic. Joe Torre's group taking the field this weekend looks just fine without them.
All the team by team spring training notes fit to make up.
The president spoke to the nation Tuesday night. Now it's Off Base's turn. And you know what? Compared to the state of the union, Major League Baseball looks marvelous.
Our writer starts his own march on Washington (and every other baseball city) in protest of the over-reliance on WAR (also known as Wins Above Replacement).
We know the U.S. roster for the WBC now. The next step is the passion and commitment to make it succeed.
Sure, you could just pick some random digits. But if you really want to win the Powerball jackpot, you'll use our handy uniform number guide.
Miguel Cabrera or Mike Trout? The AL MVP vote was a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma. But our voter made a pick.
Why wait to find out what's going to happen in MLB the rest of the year? Know it now by gazing into Off Base's crystal ball.
Little League memories and lost youth come to the fore on the occasion of the death of our writer's old coach.
Chipper Jones says goodbye to the All-Star Game in his last season, while Mike Trout and Bryce Harper are just getting started.
Sadly, the media world in which we live demands that Bryce Harper live up to expectations immediately. The kid should just be allowed to play.