All things MLB, by Eye on Baseball writers Matt Snyder, Mike Axisa, Dayn Perry and David Brown.
What might Barry Bonds be getting himself into here?
In helping to celebrate Charlie Brown's 50th Christmas, two stars for the San Francisco Giants offered to lend their expertise in order to make Charlie a better ballplayer.
When he was a rookie playing for the Yankees during the 2007 playoffs, Chamberlain famously was swarmed by midges at Progressive Field.
Our nightly roundup has updates on the Cubs, Johnny Cueto, Zack Greinke, David Price, Mariners, Orioles, Shelby Miller and more.
The Marlins might hire Barry Bonds as a hitting instructor. This would not be a bad thing, regardless of what angry Internet people have to say.
Great insurance for Yadier Molina: Pena is a career .260 hitter with a .300 on-base and .352 slugging percentage over parts of 11 major-league seasons.
First Jay Z, and now Marc Anthony has ventured into the agent business. What's the hook for the ballplayers?
He's great against left-handed pitching, and he's one of the top pull-hitters in the league -- which makes him quite dangerous at Fenway Park.
A full Royals share is worth $370,069.03 for winning the World Series, and a full Mets share is worth $300,757.78 for reaching it.
Says he got advice from other players to stop the practice in order to avoid 'beanballs.'

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