Five years, $145 million, and Chris Sale, too, may actually be a bargain.
The Japanese paradox who overthrew torture to make baseball fun for himself and fans retires at last.
Baseball's best---now and also in comparison to a passel of Hall of Famers---will stay an Angel . . . and an off-the-charts wealthy one.
I begin a new periodic series of debuncombe with a longtime legend of Washington baseball.
Yankee bombardier Aaron Judge thinks it does. He's not entirely wrong, either.
With the dubious three-batter minimum for pitchers due to arrive in 2020, let us celebrate the first truly hard-core single-batter relief specialist.
Berra's Law is irrevocable. And invaluable to the nation's baseball health.