What Happened to the Oakland A’s?

by Larry Fleisher
Brandon Moss

Sitting atop the division at the trade deadline, the Oakland A’s are just 17-28 since trading away Yoenis Cespedes.

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Video: Bryan Cranston’s Epic One-Man MLB Show

by Doug Holland

Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston delivers an epic MLB-themed one-man show.

Coco Crisp

Another East Bay Night: Understanding Oakland Athletics Offensive Woes

by Felipe Melecio

Felipe Melecio combs through the stats to figure out what went wrong for the Oakland Athletics after they landed the biggest prizes of the trade deadline.

Jose Altuve

Jose Altuve Sets Astros Record with 211th Hit

by Doug Holland

Jose Altuve broke Craig Biggio’s club record for hits in a season with his 211th on Wednesday night.

Bryce Harper

Video: Top MLB Weekend Highlights

by Doug Holland

The best MLB weekend highlights from around the league, featuring Adam Jones’ smash, Josh Harrison’s tripe play, Bryce Harper’s jam, and more.

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Sued For Discrimination, Mets COO Jeff Wilpon Has A LONG History of Being the Absolute Worst

by Igor Derysh

While the accusations against Mets COO Jeff Wilpon are enraging, the worst charge is that he tried to blame anyone else for his 12-year reign of ineptitude.

Garrett Richards

MLB Power Rankings Week 25

by Tony Consiglio

This is now the home stretch of the Major League Baseball season. With only two weeks to go, magic numbers are in the single digits and divisions will begin to be wrapped up this week.

Jenrry Mejia

Lighten Up and Let Players Have Personality

by Larry Fleisher

Celebrations often become talking points that overshadow the game. It’s time to just let the players be themselves and forget the ‘unwritten rules.’

Yasiel Puig

Yasiel Puig Struggling To Rediscover Early Season Magic

by Glenn Minnis

Yasiel Puig has cooled down after a strong first half but perhaps off-the-field news can lift his spirits as the Dodgers head towards the postseason.

Giancarlo Stanton

Stanton Hit In Face, Stretchered Off Field

by Tom Fitzgerald

Giancarlo Stanton was hit in the face by a Mike Fiers fastball and exited on a stretcher.

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MLB: Mark Down 2014 As The Year Of The Collapse

by George Castle

Be it bad bullpens, bad batting approaches, bad karma, whatever, teams are going into startling tailspins like never before.

Bruce Bochy

How MLB Managers Affect a Team’s Win-Loss Record

by George Castle

George Castle talks to Tony LaRussa and top scouts about how MLB managers affect their team’s record and what makes a good skipper.



Arismendy Alcantara

A Great Time to be a Cubs Fan

by Felipe Melecio

Stacked with uber-prospects, Felipe Melecio says now is the time to get back on the Chicago Cubs bandwagon and appreciate what Theo Epstein has built.

Max Scherzer

August Burned Red: Updated MLB Rankings Based on FUBAR

by Felipe Melecio

Felipe Melecio uses advanced stats to build his MLB rankings through September to highlight which areas each team excels at or struggles with.



Aug 13, 2014; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez (19) sits in dugout against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Comerica Park. Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

With Anibal Sanchez Out, Verlander Must be Verlander

by Tomas Laverty

With the possibility of Anibal Sanchez out for the rest of the season, the focus shifts to Justin Verlander who has struggled in 2014.



Juan Lagares

Mets’ Juan Lagares is Truly Baseball’s Most Underrated Star

by Igor Derysh

Dismissed because of his offensive numbers, Mets centerfielder Juan Lagares is the unheralded superstar of the new pitching-and-defense focused MLB.

Derek Jeter

Derek Jeter Ruined Farewell Tours For Everyone

by Igor Derysh

While Mariano’s farewell tour was unlike anything ever seen, Derek Jeter’s last hurrah just made us realize 162 games is too many to honor a guy hitting .260.



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