Here's the transcript from Tuesday's chat session. We discussed the playoffs (of course), Matt Holliday's slide (needless to say), the umpires (hard to ignore), Josh Hamilton (his future), Alex Rodriguez (his future) and much, much more!
Bryce Harper is showing increased maturity at the plate, resulting in rises in his home runs and walks.
For this edition of ICYMI, we talk about the rookies on various MLB teams.
Eric Karabell and David Schoenfield discuss which MLB managers may follow Ron Roenicke to the unemployment line.
Wednesday marks exactly a century since Babe Ruth's first major league home run -- but going deep isn't the only thing The Babe did on May 6, 1915.
A look at five of the brightest performers on Tuesday night, starting with Angels rookie Carlos Perez hitting a walk-off homer in his MLB debut.
If Matt Williams becomes a factor in the NL East race, the Nationals may have a bigger problem than Stephen Strasburg missing a few starts.
Let's give Dee Gordon some love. The Miami Marlins second baseman is, after all, hitting .433 and deserves a little attention.
Are you in a state of panic? Or you already planning a vacation around World Series time? Let's talk about the first month of the MLB season.
The reigning NL MVP is allowing home runs at a much greater rate this season. Should the Dodgers be concerned about their ace?
San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner tops tonight's list.
It was interesting that one manager stuck with his ace Monday and the other didn't as they both were about to face the lineup for the fourth time.
The Astros and Cardinals look to pad their division leads; the Red Sox pitching staff looks to get on track and might not be that far off.
Ron Roenicke takes the fall, but Milwaukee has failed to develop much depth and homegrown talent in recent years.
Will Houston's big lead hold up as contenders struggle?
In-season changes at the top aren't easy, but they have paid off on occasion, including a few World Series titles.