He's one of the best college pitchers, a first-round draft talent—and an admitted juvenile sex offender whose crime, if not for a legal glitch, may have stayed secret forever. Watching Luke Heimlich pitch stirs wonder and outrage—and questions about guilt, forgiveness and second chances.
In the prime of his career, Albert Pujols was the best righthanded hitter in the game. He's gone through a major decline since, but his 3,000th hit is a celebration of just how good he was at his peak.
How did Matt Harvey go from being viewed as the Mets' savior to being designated for assignment less than six years after his rapid ascent? More than anything that happened off the field, his arm failed him.