The Reds are looking down at teams that everyone figured would smoke them before, after and during dinner.
Carl Crawford is walking more and emerging into one of the best leadoff men in baseball.
After 40 years in a pitchers' park, shouldn't logic tell us that the Mets should have at least one no-hitter by now?
Last year's darlings of the early going, the Montreal Expos, are this year's orphans in the storm.
Randy Johnson's perfect outing on Tuesday night is bound to get one running to the record books.
Teams continue to avoid Barry Bonds, who is on pace to draw an amazing 134 intentional walks this year.
Some players have got to be wondering when that first long fly of the season is finally going to come.
Seattle's lineup is showing its age and the pitching staff has not lived up to expectations.
It's been rough going for the freshman class of starters so far this season.
Matt Clement has been oustanding and is helping Chicago overcome the absence of Mark Prior.
There's no telling how many games Jarrod Washburn could win with the kind of run support he is afforded.
The Pirates need to keep playing at .500 or the front office will decide to off-load talent.
The Giants' pitching staff better start striking out some opponents or it's going to be a long, long season.
Yankee haters among you might want to savor this day because things are about to turn much brighter.
It appears the Expos are going to struggle to score this year regardless of where they are.
The Expos have managed to win four games while only scoring eight runs in those victories.