Some players just don't know how to make a good first impression...
Which free agents have done their best to make a good first impression with the teams that are paying them the big bucks?
The hot stove season is over and baseball is back, but that doesn't mean the deal-making is done. Here's a look at some of the player's most likely to land contract extensions during the 2013 season.
In the last nine years, however, seven perfect games -- plus one "almost" perfecto -- have been added to the list. Will 2013 bear witness to more perfection?
Opening Day is right around the corner, which means the time is right to do some baseless prognosticating about the season ahead. Be sure to bookmark this article for sufficient trolling material once October rolls around.
We're 10 weeks into 2013. Don't you think it's about time you caught up on MLB Daily Dish's original content. I think so.
We've got season-ending surgery, career-ending announcements, future-altering contracts, and the game-changing improvements. It's best of blogs.
Sometimes, you can have it all. No, it's not a tag line for a cheesy movie. Cody Buckel, a pitching prospect in the Rangers' organization, pitches professionally and can officially call himself an actor.
Spring Training is in full swing and a number of teams are making some important decisions about which players will round out their rotations or hold key relief roles.
Original content from some of the best writers the internet has to offer - MLB Daily Dish Editorials wrap-up.
Sometimes things just happen. Building your expectations off of fluke occurrences is a recipe for disappointment.
The only token of an offseason characterized by lassitude and inactivity is a backup catcher promoted into a role for which he might not ever be ready.
Now that everyone has signed their arbitration eligible players, it's time to look at what these contracts mean. Could a one-year deal mean a player is on his way out via trade, ready for an extension, or likely to hit free agency eventually?
For the first time since the process was introduced in 1974, no players made it all the way to an arbitration hearing. 133 players filed, 133 signed shiny new contracts without the need for a third party. So what, if anything, does it all mean?
Scott Miller of CBS Sports is having a hard time believing Ryan Braun's story. Do players like him owe more than a canned statement to fans?
As the investigation into the now defunct anti-aging clinic in Miami continues, we will surely learn more. Right now, though, players are having to deal with the scrutiny of being in the spotlight for something other than their on-field skills.
In 2012, three prominent relievers made the jump and experienced three very different outcomes. The Reds can learn something from each as they finally push Chapman into the rotation.
Felix Hernandez has a new seven-year deal. Though any such contract entails risks, have the Mariners brought him up carefully enough to mitigate them?
Baseball's new CBA has established a new system for the draft and for free agent compensation, but will these new rules produce some unintended consequences?