Tulo was a superstar, once among MLB's very best players. But injuries got the best of him, leading to his release from the Toronto Blue Jays.
Baseball's chaotic win-or-go-home playoff game may not be fair but it rarely disappoints. Embrace it.
The one pitcher the Los Angeles Angels' power-hitting rookie sensation might struggle against the most is himself.
The rules give Toronto incentive to keep him down, but it's a disservice to both the player and fans that baseball's top prospect isn't in the majors.
The Donaldson situation could've gone countless different ways and they all end up with happier endings than this one. Just about everyone loses in this deal.
Baez is what MLB needs in the social media age. He's stylish, passionate, highly GIFable, and now the Cubs' high-energy second baseman has the numbers to make him a true star.
Sports teams often value on-field production above all else. But will Toronto welcome back Osuna, who was suspended 75 games for violating MLB's domestic violence policy?
The Angels' Trout could end up the best MLB player of all time, and although his fame is rising his notoriety doesn't match his greatness.
Bautista has been doubted for so much of his pro baseball career, but always believed in his ability to produce. Now with the Mets and near the end of the road, nothing has changed.
The Blue Jays' 19-year-old prodigy is the perfect storm of social media access, nostalgia, and baseball skill. He's an unprecedented star in the making.
Spring Training is the recycling plant for a thousand old story lines.