Who’s Still In The Running For AL, NL MVP and Cy Young?

With that, time is running out for this year’s MVP and Cy Young Candidates to make cases for themselves. All four races look to be highly contested and full of tough decisions for voters. Let’s dive in and look at these races in each league.

Putting Chris Sale’s Breakout Season Into Perspective

Currently standing at 13-3 with a 2.59 ERA, Chris Sale has catapulted himself into the conversation of the league’s best.

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim: Contenders or Pretenders?

Currently holding a very respectable 45-37 record, Los Angeles is five games behind the dominant Rangers, who have the best record in the MLB. Can the Angels close the gap? Zach has an answer that might surprise you.

Call To The Bullpen Podcast: Falling Stars

Jered Weaver, Troy Tulowitzki, Roy Halladay, Matt Kemp…the list goes on. Many of the biggest stars in Major League Baseball are going down to injury. Corey D’Souza and I welcome special guest Mike Beauvais to the show as we discuss what teams will do to compensate for lost players.

AL Cy Young Award Tracker: The Top Candidates with Two Months in the Books

Two of the MLB regular season’s six months are already in the books, so it’s not too early to start to take a look at what pitchers are in contention to be named the 2012 Cy Young Award winner.

The Top 10 MLB Pitcher/Hitter Combinations To Build Around

What current pitcher/hitter duo do you think is the best in Major League Baseball? Which duo would you most want to build a franchise around moving forward? Chris Callaway analyzes and answers both questions in this post.

Fantasy Baseball Daily Picks: Kendrys Morales, Adrian Beltre, and Others for April 11th

For you daily fantasy baseball players, here are a handful of guys I really like and a handful of guys I don’t like for April 11th based on matchups, recent trends, ballpark, or a mix of all three.

Fantasy Baseball 2012 Strategy: Examining Last Season’s Lucky Pitchers

Who were last year’s lucky pitchers that can’t repeat the stellar numbers they saw? Derek Gerberich gives you eight pitchers to stay away from in this year’s draft.