Sheehan: Stay Out Of The Middle Lane
Some free agents who could be land mines.
Sheehan: Executive Decisions
Dave Dombrowski applied the finishing touches to a Red Sox team that is the best of this century.
Sheehan: October Is A Whole New Ballgame
Changing pitchers is art form in the postseason.
Sheehan: There's A Better Way
Both players and fans lose when teams manipulate service time for future leverage.
Sheehan: Managing Expectations
The role of major league manager has evolved.
Sheehan: Voting Block
Hall of Fame pitcher standards must evolve to align with the reality of the modern game.
Sheehan: Young Man’s Game
An emphasis on raw skill over nuance means that the youngest big league players are often the best.
Sheehan: Draft Bats, Buy Arms
Finding franchise hitters in the draft, like the Cubs found Kris Bryant, can help teams realize their World Series aspirations.
Sheehan: Second Verse, Same As The First
All six division winners will repeat for first time in the 25 years of the divisional format.
Sheehan: Braves Rebuild Nears Fruition
All signs point to a renaissance in Atlanta.