- Not every high-dollar contract becomes dead weight to the organization handing it out. The Mariners are hoping that Felix Hernandez is the latest to become a success.
- With Felix Hernandez in line for a $175 million extension, it's only a matter of time before Justin Verlander receives a contract of similar numbers. But which player is the better bet to produce over the next seven years?
- People who are so quick to dismiss WAR need to explain why the Triple Crown is such an impressive achievement.
- It's about time that sports fans accept the fact that PEDs have always been - and will always be - a part of sports.
Miami New Times Uncovers East Coast Balco: A-Rod, Nelson Cruz, Gio Gonzalez Among MLB Players BustedIn a shocking new report by the Miami New Times, a Miami-based lab has been found to have distributed PEDs to many professional athletes including 6 MLB players. The names: Alex Rodriguez, Gio Gonzalez, Melky Cabrera, Bartolo Colon, Nelson Cruz and Yasmani Grandal. We take a look at what the article said about them and how it may have impacted their 2012 performance.
- With terrific numbers and no PED allegations, Frank Thomas should be an easy Hall of Fame selection. But will voters be able to get it done?
- Only two months after signing B.J. Upton as a free agent, the Atlanta Braves scored a major coup when they acquired Justin Upton from the Arizona Diamondbacks.
- The fact that former Marvin Miller has not yet been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame is simply inexcusable.
- Why the results of the 2013 MLB Hall Of Fame ballot (no new members) shows that some writers have forgotten about the past.
- It took a little longer than expected and needed a third team to get it done, but the Washington Nationals have finally parted ways with Mike Morse.
- By implementing in-season blood testing, MLB has made it more difficult for players to use PEDs - and not just HGH.
- Why Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and other steroid users should never enter the Hall of Fame.
- By not electing anyone off a loaded ballot, the voters for the MLB Hall of Fame are punishing everybody for the actions of a few.
- A passionate fans look and reaction to the 2013 MLB Hall of Fame vote that inducted no one into the Hall of Fame this year.
- One writer's opinion on the ten best 2013 candidates for entry into Cooperstown.
- Any Hall of Fame voter looking for guidance on how to vote on suspected PED users should take a closer look at the existing rules.
- Both Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens should be easy selections for the Hall of Fame, but suspicions of PED usage will keep voters from inducting them on the first ballot.
Los Angeles Angels Trade Rumors: Josh Hamilton Signing Creates Surplus of Angels in the Outfield, Could Trumbo or Bourjos Be Traded?Josh Hamilton's signing with Los Angeles means that either Mark Trumbo or Peter Bourjos is likely to be traded in the near-future.