They're not quite Tinker and Evers, but Starlin Castro and Darwin Barney are fun to watch.
Roberto Alomar and Bert Blyleven were voted into the Hall of Fame, and they deserve induction, but what was equally clear after the ballots were counted was that steroids cloud now firmly hovers over Cooperstown.
Roberto Alomar was an artist at second base, and despite one major smudge on his Hall of Fame credentials, he deserves to be inducted into Cooperstown on the first ballot.
For injured Cubs pitcher Mark Prior, the only thing worse than the inactivity is the speculation.
Playing at a bargain rate in Arizona, Roberto Alomar is trying to dispel notions that he's washed up at 36.