Barry Bonds put on a San Francisco Giants uniform Monday morning for the first time since his final major league game as a player in 2007.
After serving a 50-game suspension for his part in the Biogenesis scandal, Jhonny Peralta has a right to play in this year's postseason because that's what the rules state.
Why did the Biogenesis scandal made a mockery of MLB? Because baseball didn't follow the Off Base rules for maintaining a clean image.
Remember the way we were before steroids reared their ugly head? Jim Caple's newly re-discovered set of 1988 Topps baseball cards takes him back.
That Roger Clemens comeback with the Sugar Land Skeeters this weekend? To Jim Caple, it's got the makings of a movie plot, hatched with some of the Rocket's friends who have their own Hall of Fame issues.
Who says Manny Ramirez won't find his way to Cooperstown?
Off Base blasts the inconsistencies of Hall of Fame voters.
What if all of baseball's miscreants finally decide to come clean?
Sammy Sosa reportedly tested positive in 2003. The news is neither surprising nor worth our outrage.
From Seattle to the Bay Area to L.A., Jim Caple says it's time for a West Coast bias in baseball.
If you're one who complains about baseball players using steroids, Jim Caple has a message for you: Stop using that aluminum softball bat.
The new steroids testing program will reduce use, even if politicians and talk show hosts want more.
The Sultan of Swat finally reveals how he found his competitive edge against the likes of Walter Johnson.
The widespread anger over baseball's steroid controversy shows the national pastime is held to a higher standard.
Baseball may seem in a state of disrepair, but there are reasons why the sport remains so captivating.
Steroid use in baseball has been ignored for years. It appears now is a good time to finally do something.