Lee Smith’s Hall of Fame journey ended in December with a call informing him he had achieved baseball’s greatest individual honor. In his first trip to Cooperstown since, the joy was apparent throughout his whirlwind visit.
We are looking at the players on each active roster who are making history for their franchises every time they step on the field. We’re looking at the player who has compiled the highest WAR (per Baseball Reference) for his current team so far in his …
It’s easy to argue that baseball’s best races right now are for each league’s Cy Young Award, and all the usual favorites will be back in play. But allow us to dream a little deeper and look at some true dark horse candidates for the 2019 Cy Young.
We’re bridging the gap between our Top 100 and organizational Top 30 lists this week with a look at each club’s next best top prospect who didn’t make the Top 100.
In the weeks leading up to the start of Spring Training, MLB.com will go Around the Horn, examining different facets of the Cubs’ roster. This week: starting rotation.
As the 2019 season draws near and rosters take a clearer scope, MLB.com has been examining each club’s current construction and projecting how personnels might look on Opening Day.
It is not too early — it is never too early — to start combing through the 2019 MLB schedule. We are, after all, exactly two months, today, away from the start of the season. It is so close now.
The wait is over. After MLB Pipeline unveiled its Top 10 Position lists over the past two weeks, it’s time to dive into the Top 100 Prospects, the best of the best.
Top 100 prospects have turned into Gold Glove and MVP Award winners — here is the best prospect each MLB organization has had in the past 15 years.
In the weeks leading up to the start of Spring Training, MLB.com will go Around the Horn, examining each facet of the Cubs’ roster. This week: Outfield.