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May 19, 2008

Baseball

Jun 01, 2009

Home Run

With a roster perfectly suited for their cozy park, the Yankees have become late-inning terrors—and are having a ball

Aug 11, 2008

The Next Step

Three superstars who made big news with their recent trades will soon make bigger news (and bucks) as free agents

Mar 22, 2010

Future Is Wow

Strasburg and Heyward are the new household names, but they aren't the only stars on the rise

Apr 21, 2008

Baseball

May 11, 2009

Class Act

The 2005 draft has already been labeled as historically good, but who knew the talent ran this deep?

Jun 23, 2008

Mending Sox

Losing two stars has reinforced one notion: Boston still has the firepower to be considered a late-October favorite

Aug 24, 2009

Rise in Fall?

The most exciting races in both leagues are for wild cards, and four unlikely teams are in hot pursuit of them

Mar 31, 2008

5 San Francisco Giants

"A POOR RUN OF DRAFTS, COUPLED WITH AN OVERRELIANCE ON VETERANS, CREATED THIS MESS."

Jun 09, 2008

The Heist

Carlos Quentin was obtained for a Class A player and nearly started the season in the minors; now he's raking

Jul 13, 2009

Daily Scoop

SI's prolific baseball expert presents his 2009 midseason awards. This is just a taste of what you'll get online.

Jun 28, 2010

Internal Affairs

The White Sox' manager and G.M. aren't exactly Ozzie and Harriet. But that hasn't kept them from winning

May 26, 2008

Baseball

Jun 08, 2009

Lapping the Field

Two corner infielders are the franchise cornerstones of choice in SI's annual executive and scout poll

Sep 01, 2008

Staying Power

Theo Epstein's reign in Boston is built to last, but several of his fellow executives face a less certain future

Mar 29, 2010

Decision Time

As Opening Day nears, teams weigh tough choices on deals, rotations and where to send their top prospects

May 05, 2008

Baseball

May 25, 2009

Brewing Trade?

Talks involving Jake Peavy have quieted, but two division rivals are worth watching when the bidding starts anew