Kim Ng's climb to the Marlins GM job is testament to the fact it can be done, and also to the ongoing difficulty of doing so as a woman in baseball.
Alex Cora and A.J. Hinch are walking, talking distractions after the Astros' sign-stealing scandal. But the Red Sox and Tigers didn't see any need to try new candidates.
Justin Turner and the Dodgers seem confused about the goals of pandemic protocols: Not to finish a baseball season, but to protect people from the very real, very ongoing threat of the coronavirus.
The Rays' players are not one and the same with the franchise's modern Moneyball reputation. And it's never been more clear than in their World Series run.
Sean MacDonald has been to every North American sports stadium. And he wasn't going to miss seeing World Series host Globe Life Field in its first season if he could help it.
What the World Series needs now? More unscripted aggression like Manuel Margot's attempted steal of home.
One unlikely batter takes one swing, and 14 seconds later, the Rays have a new outlook on the World Series. And a new postseason hero.
From unheralded Cardinals prospect to October hero, the Rays' deal for Randy Arozarena started with one scout's glimpse of stardom.
The Rays will take their first turn as the home team at MLB's neutral site in World Series Game 3. But they are working to whittle down a built-in advantage for the Dodgers.