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The dangers of dismissing the Steroid Era

Attempting to invalidate the history of the last 25 years risks alienating the fans who enjoyed it

More thoughts about Barry

You didn't ask for them, but here they are. Barry Bonds should be in the Hall, dammit.

Why the Hall of Fame doesn't matter anymore

The Hall of Fame should be great, but there is too much standing in the way for that to happen these days.

What shall we tell the children?

135

Another column written by a Hall of Fame voter, and yet another missed opportunity to convince us that players of the Steroid Era had unique character flaws that must now be addressed by Hall of...

The Royals are broke

75

Kansas City has boosted payroll to an all-time high, but are they really at their limit?

It's a fine line between clever and stupid

89

Did the Rangers play their last budgetary hand for the next few years with Shin-Soo Choo? Or do they have a slush fund in another account?

About that whole Mariners being out of money thing

122

Ken Rosenthal thinks the Mariners might be done spending, unless they're not, which they probably aren't.

MLB finally says that's enough of these

66

With a long tradition of home-plate collisions and (as we know, now) concussions, Major League Baseball will institute new rules designed to eliminate, or at least prohibit, such collisions.

The sold ball game

5

Exciting advancements in dirt technology, an ontological examination of hot dogs, an encounter with Jake the Diamond Dog, and other lessons from the Baseball Trade Show.

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