Wednesday was supposed to be the day the commissioner's office finished a proposed schedule for the 2012 postseason and shipped it to the Players Association for consideration. But sources told ESPN.com that deadline wasn't going to be met.
The AL East race is meaningless. Postseason expansion is anything but "inevitable." And realignment? ... Don't even go there.
Using popular TV show "Dancing With the Stars" as a guide, a team from the American League East will be the last one standing in October.
Borrowing from a popular TV show, the Phillies will be left standing as the American Baseball Idols of 2010.
Pedro Martinez is reportedly flying to Philadelphia and will presumably take a physical before signing a contract.
A-Rod is the youngest player to join the 500 club, but there's no guarantee he'll finish his career with the most home runs.
How much has MLB changed since 1981? Jayson Stark lists the 25 most significant innovations of the last quarter-century.
Though it won't be a quick process, expect this season to be the beginning of life in the Post-Steroid Era.
With one glaring exception, the heavy hitters of baseball are on deck for Congress. But what's the real agenda for holding hearings on steroids?
Unbelievable as it may sound, one win separates the Cubs -- yes, the Cubs -- from a spot in the World Series.
Veterans Stadium was never know for its cozy charm, but it sure wasn't lacking for memorable moments.
The Phillies were willing to spend in the Kevin Millwood trade. On Sunday, the deal paid off big.