These five hitters are quite adept at hitting 'em where they ain't. Meet baseball's most shift-proof hitters.
Jayson Stark picks the winners and losers of the offseason to date, considering the winter meetings couldn't match the activity from the previous week.
Six years and almost $150 million for free-agent starter Zack Greinke? Sure, why not! For these Los Angeles Dodgers, money is no object.
Aroldis Chapman is heading for the most dominating season by a relief pitcher in history, but could he have more of an impact if he was a starting pitcher?
Bryce Harper is clearly the kind of player a franchise such as Washington dreams about having on its side.
Forgot some of what happened this offseason? We've got you covered. Not sure exactly what to keep an eye on this spring? Yep, Jayson Stark is all over that, too.
Most improved. Least recognizable. Best and worst signings. It was an eventful offseason, but spring is finally here.
Unbelievable as it may sound, one win separates the Cubs -- yes, the Cubs -- from a spot in the World Series.
Roger Clemens wants to be a Yankee in the Hall of Fame. But to be historically correct, he's Boston blue-blood.
Sluggers of the week, box score lines of the week, bobblehead of the week and much, much more.