Derek Jeter has been given boots and a kayak and a bucket of crabs on his 2014 farewell tour. But next to what the Red Sox could give him this weekend, those other gifts are nothin'.
What if Jeremy Giambi had slid during Game 3 of the 2001 AL Division Series? Jim Caple imagines how it could have impacted not only the A's but also the Yankees.
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.
New York has always been a nice place to visit. And this week for the first time, that's how Robinson Cano will experience it -- with the visiting Seattle Mariners, writes Jim Caple.
Just in time! The script for a lost episode of "Seinfeld" turns up right as the Brooklyn Cyclones announce plans for a "Seinfeld Night" promotion in July.
Off Base has been like a kid waiting for Christmas morning, and it's finally here: the first series between his beloved Yankees and his just-as-cherished Red Sox.
Mariano Rivera and Trevor Hoffman were excellent relief pitchers. No doubt about that. But do we really need MLB awards named after them?
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.
It's safe to say that Clark, the Cubs' new mascot, wasn't welcomed to the world with open arms when he was introduced earlier this month. Here's how he can win the naysayers over.
Robinson Cano should boost the Mariners' status in Seattle, where they had fallen in popularity.
You're out of order! No, YOU'RE out of order! (Isn't this Alex Rodriguez-Bud Selig feud fun?) Here's an "inside" (yeah, right) look at A-Rod's tantrum on Wednesday.
Pretty good pitcher, that Mariano Rivera. But here's Off Base's look at why he might not be as great as he's being made out to be on the eve of his retirement.
Interleague series in May? Sure. In June and July? Fine. But not now. Not in the heat of September pennant races.
On the occasion of his 4,000th hit, the remarkable career of Ichiro Suzuki is cause for celebration in what otherwise is a troubled time for Major League Baseball.
Jim Caple: Uni Watch Power Rankings underrate Dodgers, Tigers, Yankees and yes, even Marlins.