Does Billy Beane still have the juice to overcome the deep pockets of new Angels owner Arturo Moreno?
St. Louis is in the enviable position of being able to sneak up on the rest of the National League Central.
Pete Rose is responsible for not taking the steps necessary to make his problems disappear 15 years ago.
Long-term contracts have been bad for teams and, to some extent, bad for the players as well.
Even the most ardent Pete Rose supporters are beginning to realize the seriousness of his trangressions.
Pete Rose deserves nothing but enmity, scorn and -- most important of all -- shunning.
Is Pete Rose finally going to come clean in a desperate attempt to get back into baseball's good graces?
Pete Rose appears no closer to reinstatement than he ever was and his statements about managing are not helping.
While Pete Rose may yet deserve a place in Cooperstown, should he ever be allowed to manage again?
What exactly is the Pirates' plan for 2004? It's hard to tell anymore in the wake of their trading frenzy.