Blue Jays Mailbag: Baseball Bloodlines, Osuna's Salary, the Future in CF
Do bloodlines inflate a prospect's value, is Pillar the answer in center field, and does Toronto need more speed? Andrew Stoeten answers those questions and more.
Losing, Loss, And Jose Fernandez: David Roth's Weak In Review
Jose Fernandez's death was a terrible loss for his game and his team. What came after was sad, but also a necessary start on a long journey.
The Marlins first Game after Jose Fernandez's Death was Strange, Sad, and a Little Bit Normal, Too
There was a lot to digest during the game in which the Marlins paid tribute to Jose Fernandez, some of it was very sad, and some of it was just baseball.
Dee Gordon Honors Jose Fernandez in First AB, Hits Home Run, Breaks Down After Crossing Homeplate
This is simply an unbelievable moment.
Marlins to Wear Jose Fernandez No. 16 Jerseys Against Mets Tonight
The Miami Marlins will pay tribute to Jose Fernandez at Marlins Park tonight by wearing his uniform number.
The Marlins are Playoff Contenders—Despite Giancarlo Stanton's Disappearance
The Marlins are 39-34 despite their best player having a career worst season, and their all-star second baseman being suspended for PED use.
Baseball Won't Fix Its PED Problem Until It Fixes the Incentives That Create It
Baseball players have always cheated, from spitballs to steroids. MLB should keep on testing and punishing cheaters, but there's a bigger fix, if they want it.
Recovering Ballplayer Vol. 8: Performance Enhancing Drugs and the Secrets We Keep
Sometimes positive drug tests can threaten baseball's self-image. Nobody has a better view of PED use than the teammates of players who are using.
Marlins Second Baseman Dee Gordon Suspended 80 Games for PED "Stack"
Don't do drugs, kids.
Liam Daniel Pierce
Dee Gordon Dunks on Chris Yelich During Post-Game Interview
Chris Yelich drove in the winning run for a Marlins extra-innings victory over the Rays. Then Dee Gordon dunked all over his face.
Dee Gordon Never Wanted to Play Baseball
VICE Sports sat down to talk with Dee Gordon about his journey to becoming an All Star.
The Millionaire Pitcher that Lives in a Van
Daniel Norris signed a bonus worth just over $2 million to join the Blue Jays organization out of high school, but he lives in a van.