GM Ruben Amaro and manager Ryne Sandberg on the hot seat in Philly, plus a look at news from around MLB as trade season starts to heat up.
Since it's draft week, let's pass judgment on the former No. 1 overall picks who are presently in the majors.
Finding reasonably priced pitching and Royals bats makes it possible for Heath Cummings to get high-priced Bryce Harper into his daily lineup.
Short-slate blues Thursday behind him, Heath Cummings revs back up for Friday, banking on Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers against Eddie Butler.
Mark Buehrle foiled the Orioles and Heath Cummings' lineup Tuesday night. But Matt Harvey represents a nice start to a bounce-back Wednesday.
Young Noah Syndergaard looks like an interesting play Tuesday night at Wrigley, but Heath Cummings goes with bigger sample sizes and Chris Sale in Milwaukee.
Cardinals ace reportedly out for season because of Achilles tendon and left ankle injury. Brewers beat up Cards' Lance Lynn on Sunday. Yankees beat the Mets 6-4 to take two of three subway cars.
Jon Heyman takes a team-by-team look around Major League Baseball ahead of the 2015 season and gives each team odds to win their division.
Ryan Howard did the Phillies a favor by handing in an AL trade list for the first time, but after talking to several teams -- including the Orioles, Royals and Rays -- the Phils have yet to find the right trade.
How many doubles for Manny Machado? What about home runs for Chris Davis? Or saves for Zach Britton? That and more is in our Orioles over/unders.

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