- Despite having a season unlike any other in 45 years, the Tigers' third baseman toils in relative obscurity while the likes of Mike Trout and Josh Hamilton continue get the accolades.
- Phillies' reign as the senior circuit's pre-eminent squad has come to a close ... with some familiar faces shutting the door on them.
- For the first time since Alfonso Soriano's arrival in Chicago, it might actually be feasible for the Cubs to trade the highly-paid slugger. If they can push a deal through, the team's future will be the brighter for it.
- The Yankees got quality starting pitching, ran the bases well, and came up with some timely hits in quite possibly their most impressive win of the year.
- Left for dead by midseason, the perennial NL East power has rallied down the stretch.
- The National League wild card race is going to be an exciting finish. Five teams are battling for the final wild card spot and four teams are within four games of the St. Louis Cardinals. You never know what might happen in September, nobody thought the Cardinals would make the postseason last year, and they ended up winning it all.
- strasburg is shut down after a horrible performance last night
- The Los Angeles Dodgers have been the most aggressive team during both trade deadlines. They made a blockbuster deal with the Boston Red Sox acquiring Adrian Gonzalez, Josh Beckett, Carl Crawford and Nick Punto for James Loney and four minor-leaguers. The Dodgers are in a win-now mindset and will be in a tight race with the San Francisco Giants for the NL West.
- Bud Selig has approved one of the biggest deals in history, as Boston has agreed to ship Adrian Gonzalez and Carl Crawford to the Dodgers.
Los Angeles Dodgers News: Adrian Gonzalez Claimed Off Waivers From Boston, The Teams Have 72 Hours To Make DealThe Red Sox and Dodgers might be setting the stage for one monstrous offseason deal.
- How Ripken could become a skipper in the near future
- Melky Cabrera's pumped up kicks shows how pathetic baseball is when it comes to steroids
- Melky Cabrera's attempted cover up should extend his 50-game suspension. But how long?
- Melky Cabrera is the newest player to test positive for performance enhancing drugs. He was suspended for 50-games on August 15 and will have to watch the San Francisco Giants on television for the rest of the season. The current drug testing system in Major League Baseball still has flaws and loop-holes to beat the system. It is time for MLB to take a more significant stance on stopping performance enhancing drugs in the game.
- August 11, 2012 Red Sox Lineup Takes Another Hit
New York Yankees News: Bronx Bombers Should Be Concerned About Phil Hughes, CC Sabathia And Starting RotationCC Sabathia and Andy Pettitte are missing starts while they rest on the DL but after another poor outing by Phil Hughes, it's time for the Yanks to be concerned about their starting rotation.
- The knuckleball is a career-saving pitch, but learning to throw one successfully is tougher than people realize.
- Hanley Ramirez returns to Miami this weekend for the first time since becoming a Dodger.
- Texas and Los Angeles have been quietly aiming for each other all season, and it is only just the beginning.
- Hall of Fame voters should not let PED usage keep Barry Bonds, the best player of his generation, out of the Hall of Fame.