Great pieces such as Jose Abreu, Chris Sale, Carlos Rodon, David Robertson and Adam Eaton are surrounded by mediocrity at best.
Sadly, though, no shorts will be involved.
Our 2015 Anti-All-Star Team is headlined by former superstars Matt Kemp and CC Sabathia.
One out from a perfect game, Scherzer finishes the 239th no-hitter in history. Also: The White Sox beat the Rangers on Saturday, but had lost eight straight coming in, and GM Rick Hahn has hinted at being a seller at the trade deadline. That and more inside of Eye on MLB.
What is the best first-round pick by each team in the last decade? Find out here. Or tell us we're wrong. Whatever works!
Yankees starter Michael Pineda became the fourth man since 2000 with at least 16 strikeouts and zero walks in a game. This and stuff from every single Mother's Day game in Eye On MLB.
The Red Sox lost for the seventh time in eight games this month on Saturday afternoon. It's not just the rotation either -- they've scored 16 runs in the eight games. That and more is in Saturday's edition of Eye on MLB.
Alex Rodriguez made history on Friday night by hitting his 660th career home run. The milestone blast also helped the Yankees to a 3-2 win over the Red Sox.
Alex Rodriguez is back and playing well for the Yankees, but a legal battle approaches. Here is what you need to know about it and more news and notes from around MLB.
The White Sox have one of the top sluggers in the league in Jose Abreu, and one of its top starting pitchers in Chris Sale, but won only 73 games a season ago. Will the additions that GM Rick Hahn made this offseason make the White Sox contenders?

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