What will the Nationals do to sort out their mess, A look around MLB job openings, World Series hopes and news from around Major League Baseball.
The Royals are going back to the postseason. They clinched their first division title since 1985 on Thursday night.
Longtime ace ascends to top step of dugout in order to defend manager from angry crowd.
The latest comeback pitcher has a tantalizing skill set, but will he be worth the trouble after a six-month layoff? Al Melchior assesses Marcus Stroman's promise, along with that of a couple of emerging hitters.
Not all extreme BABIP rates are created equal. Al Melchior separates the regression candidates from the real deals for a sample of hitters.
The Royals will soon have Alex Gordon back and could bench Omar Infante and Alex Rios, meaning the best team in the AL is about to get better.
At what point does matchup overrule talent? Thursday is a great test.
It takes time to know if a player has truly broken out. Al Melchior investigates the trends of six hitters who had appeared to reach a new level earlier this season.
The David Price blockbuster trade was built basically in a day, but the deadline double really began way back in the winter when Alex Anthopoulos first called Colorado to propose a swap of big-name shortstops.
Shaking off the unlikely Dodgers' loss Tuesday night, Heath Cummings demonstrates a needed short memory by going back to them Wednesday.

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