At the All-Star Break, the AL is upside down, the NL is anxiously playing out according to predictions, and everyone honestly needs to take a rest for a week.
A year after their miracle run to the World Series, the Mets have been hit by injuries and hobbled by indecision. It's not time to panic, but it's time to get to work.
The San Francisco Giants have won the World Series in every even-numbered year this decade. They could do it again this year. That's not even the weird part.
Even for a hot World Series pick, the Cubs are off to a historically hot start. Very few teams have been this good this early. Most of them finished strong.
A measly card? Psh! There's plenty of space next to Lincoln's head on Rushmore.
Bartolo Colon will turn 43 next season, and will spend it pitching for the New York Mets. This is good news for all of us, and not just for baseball reasons.
The Chicago Cubs haven't won a World Series since William Howard Taft was President, and came by their failures honestly. Now that all seems to be changing.
You don't have to be a Dodgers fan to want to see baseball's best pitcher on baseball's biggest stage. The good news is that the Dodgers are working on it.
The New York Mets have had some memorable closers, but never one who has pitched quite as fearlessly or brilliantly—or as much—as Jeurys Familia has this October.