Opening Day is here. Get up to speed before the first pitch blows by you like a 99-mph fastball. The Post provides the latest news, analysis and predictions for the 2015 MLB season. And it’s all far more digestible than any of those ballpark snacks you’ll be snarfing this summer.
With Derek Jeter gone, the Yankees will have a new look at shortstop when the season opens. (Read More)
Baseball’s 2015 season got under way at the Cubs’ new-look park. But the storyline on the scoreboard was a familiar one for Chicago. (Read More)
Their ace looked solid after concerns of fatigue. Their right fielder debuted in strong fashion. And the Cubs’ big offseason acquisition didn’t measure up in his first home showing. (Read More)
If you find an abandoned cup of beer in Chicago. Don’t drink it. Seriously. (Read More)
Their stars will rise in 2015, but not quite yet. (Read More)
Cubs’ star prospect won’t be with the big club on Opening Day. Here’s why. (Read More)
What might the Marlins achieve when Jose Fernandez returns? (Read More)
As the world waits for Kris Bryant, it can start salivating over the potential of Jorge Soler. (Read More)
New manager is already bucking convention, though maybe not Sunday (Read More)
The skinny on all 30 teams heading into Opening Day, from their projected rotations to their projected order of finish.
It’s the Nationals’ time to win the NL, but Barry Svrluga sees the World Series going elsewhere this fall. (Read More)
Who’s got the strong set of starters in 2015? The Nationals are the easy call at No. 1, but how do the rest of the league’s teams stack up? (Read More)
Neil Greenberg breaks down every division by the numbers, dishing out the most important metrics in determining the 2015 fortunes for each squad.
The reigning AL MVP has holes. Not many. But he does have them. Here’s how pitchers can exploit them. (Read More)
Because what’s better than watching a team than managing your own? Here are the best tips and tricks to win your league this summer.
Sleepers, bargain buys, top targets and more. (Read More)
What would it look like if every team picked the optimal player at every spot in the draft? Something like this. (Read More)