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  1. Half-full, half-empty: Chase Headley

    David Schoenfield

    In 2012, Chase Headley had a monster season for the Padres, hitting 31 home runs and leading the National League with 115 RBIs -- big numbers considering Petco Park's dimensions and the lineup around him. He added a Gold Glove Award and finished a de...

    Blog | November 26, 2014
  2. Half-full, half-empty: Hanley Ramirez

    David Schoenfield

    How do we think of Hanley Ramirez these days? After winning National League Rookie of the Year honors with the Marlins in 2006, he was one of the best players in the game from 2007 to 2009, hitting .325 while averaging 29 home runs and 38 steals per ...

    Blog | November 20, 2014
  3. Stanton: A good bet at $300 million

    David Schoenfield

    Giancarlo Stanton has never hit 40 home runs, never hit .300, never posted a .400 on-base percentage. He's ranked as one of the 10 best players in the National League just once in his career. Yet he could become baseball's first $300 million player. ...

    Blog | November 14, 2014
  4. Most important people in baseball history

    David Schoenfield

    Graham Womack runs a site called Baseball: Past and Present, and he recently had an interesting idea to have people vote on the 25 most important people in baseball history. He included a long ballot of names, although write-in candidates were allowe...

    Blog | November 12, 2014
  5. Abreu, deGrom deserving rookie winners

    David Schoenfield

    As expected, Jose Abreu of the Chicago White Sox won the American League honors for top rookie, no surprise considering he hit .317 with 36 home runs and 107 RBIs. He became the ninth unanimous winner in the award's history, easily outdistancing seco...

    Blog | November 10, 2014
  6. Giants: Baseball's imperfect dynasty

    David Schoenfield

    Maybe the most fascinating aspect of the latest title run for the San Francisco Giants is how little production they received in the postseason from some of their highest-paid players: Matt Cain, the team's top-paid player at $20.83 million thi...

    Blog | October 31, 2014
  7. Joe Panik with the play of the Series

    David Schoenfield

    It's been a wild three innings in Game 7 as both teams scored two runs in the second and the Giants knocked Tim Hudson from the box -- the first Game 7 starter since Bob Turley in 1960 to not last at least two innings. With Jeremy Affeldt on in re...

    Blog | October 29, 2014
  8. Bumgarner's place in World Series history

    David Schoenfield

    Obviously, everybody wrote about Madison Bumgarner after his dominant Game 5 performance -- following up on his dominant postseason run. Jayson Stark: With Bumgarner, we have come to realize now that this isn't just about one night, even on a ni...

    Blog | October 27, 2014
  9. We're living in Madison Bumgarner's world

    David Schoenfield

    Madison Bumgarner was awesome. James Shields deserved better. The San Francisco Giants tacked on some late insurance runs off the vaunted Kansas City Royals bullpen to win 5-0. We go back to Kansas City, Missouri, with the Giants one win away from a ...

    Blog | October 26, 2014
  10. Royals' bullpen to the rescue once again

    David Schoenfield

    The Royals scored a run in the first, took a 3-0 lead in the sixth and held on for a 3-2 victory as their bullpen tossed four hitless innings. That makes it seem a lot easier than it looked. Five key moments and areas of discussion: 1. The clock s...

    Blog | October 24, 2014
  11. Time for Royals to start Jarrod Dyson

    David Schoenfield

    With the World Series moving to San Francisco for Game 3 on Friday, Kansas City manager Ned Yost will have to get out of his comfort zone. He'll lose his designated hitter, which means he won't be able to use the same lineup he has run out there 17 g...

    Blog | October 23, 2014
  12. The streak goes on: Royals to World Series

    David Schoenfield

    I guess there was a chance the Baltimore Orioles were going to win Game 4. But it sure didn't feel like it before the game and it sure didn't feel like it after the Kansas City Royals scored two runs in the first inning. It sure didn't feel like i...

    Blog | October 15, 2014
  13. Cardinals rally but then throw away Game 3

    David Schoenfield

    Hey, extra innings! A game that was 4-0 after one inning and looked like it would be a snoozefest turned into another exciting game decided by one run. The Giants won it 5-4 in 10 innings to take the series lead. Five key moments: 1. Bad bunt, goo...

    Blog | October 14, 2014
  14. Wong's home run wins a postseason classic

    David Schoenfield

    Five big moments from the Cardinals' dramatic 5-4 win over the Giants: 1. KOLTEN WONG WITH THE AWESOME WALK-OFF TO END AN AWESOME GAME. Kolten Wong's walk-off HR is 4th in Cardinals playoff history, 1st since David Freese in 2011 World Series...

    Blog | October 13, 2014
  15. Royals win powerful ALCS opener

    David Schoenfield

    Well, that went exactly according to script. Both No. 1 starters were gone by the sixth. The Royals hit home runs. The Orioles stole bases. Fourteen runs, 26 hits. Buck Showalter's bullpen matchups didn't work in the end, while Ned Yost used Kelvin H...

    Blog | October 11, 2014
  16. That happened: Eight runs off Kershaw

    David Schoenfield

    It's easy to forget now that Clayton Kershaw retired 16 batters in a row, between a Randal Grichuk home run in the first inning and Matt Carpenter's home run in the sixth. That for 16 batters, he looked like Clayton Kershaw, best pitcher on the plane...

    Blog | October 03, 2014