Here's a start on how we're going to survive baseball's dog days: We assigned a fictional pooch to each team in the National League.
What's REALLY happening in Florida and Arizona? The Off Base spring training notes tell the truth, the whole truth and anything BUT the truth.
Robinson Cano should boost the Mariners' status in Seattle, where they had fallen in popularity.
Interleague series in May? Sure. In June and July? Fine. But not now. Not in the heat of September pennant races.
Jim Caple: Uni Watch Power Rankings underrate Dodgers, Tigers, Yankees and yes, even Marlins.
Before we condemn A-Rod, we should try to understand what drives (and what has always driven) players to performance-enhancers.
Could you leave everything behind and start a new life in another city tomorrow? That's what the trade deadline asks of MLB players.
They've been at each other's throats for well over a century, but the 2013 season could take the Dodgers-Giants rivalry to new levels.
Looks like it'll be a wild finish to the 2012 season. But chances are, it won't be as wild as the way the season unfolded in 1962. (Hint: That one started with ticker tape for Casey Stengel.)
Expansion to Japan is the next logical step for MLB, and as long as there is money to be made, the owners will find a way to overcome the hurdles.
What's in store for Roger Clemens, once he finally takes the mound for the Yankees? Jim Caple takes a look in his crystal ball.
Why do so many closers enter the game to heavy metal? Maybe it's time for a few to switch things up, writes Jim Caple.
After spending a few days in San Francisco, Jim Caple discovered that elder statesmen are alive and well in baseball.
Jim Caple gives us a peek at the riveting speech Roger Clemens delivered to his Yankees brethren.
Have you lived through 25 seasons without your team winning a championship? Then you're a member of a very special group.
Pudge Rodriguez's one-and-done year with the Marlins shows fans are more loyal to their teams than players.