Let us now praise veteran Blue Jays lefty Mark Buehrle.
The 2014 Hall of Fame announcement is less than 24 hours old, but that won't stop us from looking ahead to future ballots. Here's a breakdown of the players joining the ballot in the coming years.
There are 16 potential World Series matchups at this point. We ranked them top to bottom, with Red Sox-Dodgers and Pirates-A's on top.
The Red Sox rotation has been good all year, and now Clay Buchholz is due to return after three months on the disabled list.
The free-falling Rangers right now couldn't buy a run if it was hand-delivered with their favorite delivery pizza. Inconvenient timing with the first-place Athletics barreling into town Monday. Plus, in this edition of Weekend Buzz, George Brett's secret weapon, the Padres push back into contention and don't tell Tony La Russa what Colby Rasmus is up to. ...
Many players emerged in 2012 when their track record suggested it wasn't possible. Scott White evaluates 12 unexpected standouts from last season and how owners should approach them on Draft Day.
On Wednesday, 'The Next Knuckler' will premiere on MLB Network at 9 p.m. ET. Here's a clip of the first episode.
Beginning Feb. 13, MLB Network will begin airing a reality competition series where Tim Wakefield works with a group of former college or NFL quarterbacks in an attempt to make one the next ageless knuckleballer to hit the majors. The field: Doug Flutie, David Greene, Josh Booty, J.D. Booty (thought he went by John David Booty?) and Ryan Perrilloux.
Alex Anthopoulos has made some daring moves this offseason in Toronto, but look at the results. Scott Miller says the acquisitions of R.A. Dickey, Mark Buehrle and Josh Johnson give the Jays a lot of muscle in the rotation.
The Mets have upped their offer to Cy Young winner R.A. Dickey, but they're still only willing to pay him as much as the Royals are paying Jeremy Guthrie.

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