After watching Adrian Beltre's demise, Jim Caple tries to figure out why so many Major Leaguers don't wear a cup.
Page 2 examines the storied and sometimes dubious history of the ceremonial first pitch.
Many writers and fans are being hypocritical in their treatment of Big Mac, writes Jim Caple.
The Red Sox have lost their true personality and joined the Yankees as a baseball empire, writes Jim Caple.
With the future of Seattle baseball in the hands of 20-year-old pitcher Felix Hernandez, Jim Caple knows the boy king will be handled with kid gloves.
As his Lewis & Clark tour continues, Jim Caple meets up with a crew on a 28-month fantasy camp for historians.
Page 2's Jim Caple caught up with Brian Jordan to compare football camp and baseball's spring training.
There are plenty of hot female athletes, but Page 2's Jim Caple chooses to notice only their winning percentage.
As part of Page 2's Heroes and Villains Week, Jim Caple explains why Charlie Brown is the ultimate sports hero.
Everyone seems to want a ticket out of Seattle -- especially star sports personalities -- so Page 2's Jim Caple ponders what it's like to be the last man left in the Emerald City.
In his exclusive interview with the Rally Monkey, Jim Caple finds that the primo primate is concerned with more than just the Angels' plight in the ALDS.
Page 2's Jim Caple imagines how baseball might be different if George W. Bush had become commissioner.