Terence Moore has covered a variety of sports for more than three decades and contributes columns to MLB.com.
|It's been 40 years since the American League began using the designated hitter, and my teeth still are clenched.
More» Ortiz cranks a three-run homer to right|
|Expanding instant replay in baseball will result in more stoppages to slow down the flow of the game, but what it don't do is insure that the umpires get every call right. That kind of perfection is impossible.
More» Rosales' double, Melvin's ejection|
|You may recall that those Marlins were projected to do great things after spending, spending and spending some more before falling down to earth by the end of summer.
More» Cahill's solid outing lifts D-backs|
|If you include Tim Hudson's three years in the Minor Leagues, he has yet to have a losing season after 17 years and counting as a pitcher in professional baseball. He has won 15 or more games eight times.
More» Hudson dominant en route to 200th career win|
|To understand where the Atlanta Braves may be headed, regarding the possibility of engaging the Washington Nationals in the Mother of All divisional races near the end of this season, let's go back to where the Braves already have been.
More» Braves snap four-game losing streak in win|
|I'm discussing the late, great Crosley Field, because I had a flashback earlier this month. There I was, watching the movie "42" about Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier in baseball on April 15, 1947, with the Brooklyn Dodgers, and I kept getting chills. Not so much from the script, which was good, but from the scenes, which were great.
More»Robinson family, former players attend|
|Every time Jimmy Rollins watches the San Antonio Spurs, he sees his Philadelphia Phillies. That's splendid news for the Phillie Phanitc, along with other Phillie Phollowers around and beyond the Liberty Bell.
More» Rollins singles home Kratz in the sixth|
|At best, the Toronto Blue Jays have been a bit less than they'd hoped this season. Still, when it comes to progressing from their current state to where they seek to be, they have hope. His name is Mark DeRosa.
More» DeRosa's double plates two in the sixth|
|Everyone knows the Braves are on an incredible hot streak to begin the season. But perhaps take it a step further: Can they have the best season in franchise history?
More» Braves on 9-0 win over the Nationals|
|Joe Morgan loves "42," the movie about Jackie Robinson that made its debut on Friday across the country. As for whether he has the same warm-and-fuzzy feelings about the state of African-American players in today's game -- well, not so much.
More»Kemp and Crawford discuss Jackie Robinson's legacy|
|There is a baseball god. After all, courtesy of Chicago city officials and Cubs ownership, Wrigley Field is preparing for $300 million worth of renovations as opposed to heading for becoming a parking lot or something on the city's north side.
More»The magic of Opening Day at Wrigley Field|
|Evan Gattis' fascinating bio is already pretty well-known, but he's also unique from most other big leaguers in that he is one of the few who do not wear batting gloves.
More» Gattis homers on first hit while dad watches|
|With an outrageously potent offense for the ages, the Big Red Machine in Cincinnati won more games than anybody in baseball during the 1970s. Could the 2013 Braves become the Big Blue Machine?
More» J. Upton belts his first homer as a Brave|
|What's going to happen to Rafael Furcal's arm now that the shortstop has had Tommy John surgery to repair his damaged right elbow?
More» Furcal exits game with an elbow injury|
|Something is as striking for the New York Yankees as that patriotic hat dangling atop the bat of their team logo: This could become the 1960s again, and those weren't glory days around the Bronx.
More» Cashman on Jeter's progress, frustration|
|The offseason additions of B.J. and Justin Upton should make an already deep and powerful Braves lineup something special in 2013.
More» J. Upton blasts two homers, tallies six RBIs|
|To start or not to start? That isn't the only question the Cincinnati Reds have regarding flamethrowing southpaw Aroldis Chapman. The other one: To close or not to close?
More»Reds have high hopes for Chapman as a starter|
|It's really a no-brainer. If Charlie Manuel wishes to keep managing the Philadelphia Phillies slightly beyond forever, then he should be able to do just that.
More»Charlie Manuel talks about his team and contract|
|Yankees general manager Brian Cashman delivered an SOS through reporters earlier this week to Chipper Jones and to others in search of help for his team's injury-depleted roster on a short-term basis.
More»Chipper visits clubhouse and chats about retirement|
|I had so much to do the other day, but it didn't matter. Once I began watching "The Jackie Robinson Story," a few seconds went by, then a couple of minutes and then I was hooked through the end.
More»MLB Network pays homage on Robinson's 94th birthday|