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.
We asked pro scouts who they would take: a team made up of Kershaw clones or a team made up of Trout clones?
In this week's mailbag, Andrew Stoeten explains why the Jays' best prospects wouldn't land Trout (duh!), the Smoak extension, and the Latos situation.
The American League West features a tight three-way race at the top. Then...sadness.
We have a budding bromance in Philadelphia.
The Los Angeles Angels are bad, and they have often held Mike Trout back from not only winning games but awards like this.
Gary Sanchez has slugged his way into the Rookie of the Year debate. Can he keep it up?
Apparently, there is crying in baseball.
There are only a handful of teams in baseball worse than the Angels, but none of those bummer-squads are quite as dreary, doomed, and limbo-bound.
Three Stages Of Goodbye For A-Rod, Tex, and Ichiro, and Wild Card Wildness: This Particular Week In Baseball
A-Rod leaves, Mark Teixeira sneaks out the side door, Ichiro is somehow Ichiro again, and Mike Trout continues to look like he could be better than any of them.
This week in baseball, a bald eagle flew free and so did Fernando Rodney. And make way for Freudis Nova.