Robbie Ray was a question mark when the Detroit Tigers acquired him for Doug Fister four years ago. He's now an exclamation point for the Diamondbacks.
Spring Training is just six weeks away—and we're starting to get a sense of which teams will be competing in 2017.
Chris Sale will now wear Red Sox.
Not only did Chris Sale not really apologize for cutting up the White Sox throwback jerseys, he also threw manager Robin Ventura under the bus.
The White Sox have been involved in several clubhouse controversies this year. All of them have been about control.
The trade market heats up as the Chicago White Sox burn themselves down, the Arizona Diamondbacks go avant-garde, and a possible World Series preview in Cleveland.
Hiding behind Sale's gloriously immature workplace vandalism is a downright feudal labor practice: the sports trade.
He even reportedly took out some goddamn scissors during batting practice and cut the things up.
In April, the Chicago White Sox looked like a team of destiny. Three months later, they look...like the imperfect team everyone expected them to be. Time to get to work.
Dioner Navarro almost hit Chris Sale with a baseball and tried to blame it on the Toronto fans. Then the home plate ump sold him out.