Joe Sheehan

Joe Sheehan

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Feb 13, 2012


For players outside of baseball's One Percent, the market can be cruel. That's bad for productive vets but good for bargain-hunting teams

May 10, 2010

Two Hits, Two Errors

The latest tweaks to baseball's All-Star Game further weaken its allure

Jul 23, 2012

Modest Proposals

What deals will go down by the July 31 trade deadline? Good question. But here are five mutually beneficial swaps, involving players rumored to be on the block, that should happen

Aug 16, 2010

Two-Pronged Attack

The Giants have the game's deepest rotation—no surprise. But an unexpectedly potent offense has them in the race

Feb 25, 2013


New faces, new places and the usual questions that mark the beginning of spring training. Anybody need an outfielder, for starters?

Feb 14, 2011

October's Own

Forget the Hall debate—let's praise a tough lefty for being a big-game beast

Sep 08, 2008

Trumped Ace?

The Brewers have every reason to be ecstatic with CC Sabathia, but the Cubs' Rich Harden has been just as dominant

Oct 13, 2014

Underdog Days

Sorry, K.C.: In the unlikeliest ALCS matchup, it's the O's World Series drought that will end

Aug 17, 2009

Not Dead, But ...

The Red Sox have been knocked around by winning teams since late June; now it's time to make a coldhearted call

Oct 12, 2009

So Good, And Yet ...

Los Angeles has the right lineup and rotation for October; it just ended up with the wrong matchup—again

May 21, 2012

Texas-sized Dilemma

What should determine how much Josh Hamilton is worth as a free agent—his freakish talent or his age and checkered past?

Jun 21, 2010

Rolen in It

A resurgent hitter has the Reds in first. A G.M. with a history of savvy deadline deals could keep them there

Oct 01, 2012

THE CASE FOR... American League MVP

Miguel Cabrera is without peer at the plate, but the award is about more than hitting. That's why the choice has to be Mike Trout