Billy Butler is reportedly on the trade block, and Scott Spratt explains why the Orioles should target the underrated player.
Closers are made, not born, and Scott Spratt looks at some pitchers who could be the 2014 version of Koji Uehara.
Neither the Cardinals or Dodgers like to aggressively shift their defense. But, as Scott Spratt explains, this works in St. Louis' favor.
Scott Spratt tells us who is likely to be this year's Bill Buckner. In other words, these are the players most likely to make a major defensive miscue this October.
Scott Spratt looks at defensive wild cards that will decide the AL wild card race.
Scott Spratt looks at the five pitcher-catcher combos that will be toughest to steal bases on come October.
Scott Spratt explains that while many picked the Cleveland Indians as a sleeper team because of their potentially improved defense, the Indians D has let them down this season.
Scott Spratt takes a look at the potential offseason facing the Los Angeles Dodgers and which elite free agents they could target.
Scott Spratt ranks the top five shortstops in baseball this season. Troy Tulowitzki, batting .314 with 20 home runs, comes in at No. 1.
Scott Spratt looks at the defensive implications involved in some of the biggest MLB deadline deals. He believes Jose Iglesias, traded from the Red Sox to the Tigers, could be a long-term option at shortstop.
Scott Spratt looks at five players, including Ervin Santana and Michael Morse, that teams should be wary of trading for at the deadline.
Scott Spratt looks at baseball's luckiest pitchers. Arizona starter Patrick Corbin and Pittsburgh starter Jeff Locke lead the list.
Scott Spratt takes a look at five hitters who have been benefiting from poor defensive plays against them.
Scott Spratt provides his lineup for the 2013 All-Star defensive team. Atlanta's Andrelton Simmons, who leads MLB with 24 defensive runs saved this season, is the top shortstop.
Scott Spratt takes a look at the most average players in baseball today. Although their stats may seem mediocre, they are critical in their team's success.
Scott Spratt explains that improved defense is the reason the Royals' pitching has improved.