The 'Boys of Summer' are back and with games three weeks away, TSN.ca has got you covered with the 2009 MLB Preview
Over the next few weeks, we'll release the seventh-annual American and National League Youth Watches as well as our Fantasy Player Rankings.
It's almost time for the first pitch. Play Ball!
Fantasy Player Rankings
TSN.ca's fantasy sports expert Scott Cullen gets you prepared for your draft with his annual position-by-position breakdown of more than 300 players to target during draft day.
Russell Martin gets the nod as the top catcher because of his speed. Albert Pujols leads a strong crops or first basemen, but 2008 AL MVP Dustin Pedroia isn't the first second basemen on the list. Who is? Click on to find out. More...
After a long off-season, get caught up on you're favourite team's moves. All the notable additions and subtractions along with a projected line-up and starting rotation can be found here.
How does your team stack up? Pick a division and find out.
American League East
With the Yankees adding CC Sabathia, A.J. Burnett and Mark Teixeira, the hardest division just got a lot tougher for Roy Halladay and the rest of the Blue Jays. More...
National League East
The Phillies look to defend their crown but will first have to get past the Mets who are looking to put two September collapses behind them once and for all. More...
American League Central
The White Sox and Twins played an extra game for the rights to win the division, but this year, the Indians and Tigers look to bounce back. More...
National League Central
The Cubs are at 101 years and counting without a World Series win and have vowed not to talk about winning it all this year. More...
Click here for TSN.ca's Division Predictions
American League West
The Angels have had a strangle hold on this division for a while, but the Oakland A's retooled in the off-season and will look to make a charge. More...
National League West
Manny's return should boost the morale for the favourite Dodgers, but every team in the division is flawed, which could make for an interesting September. More...
Welcome to the seventh installment of the Youth Watch in the MLB Preview. Every year, we look for players 26 or younger that could make an impact on their respective clubs in the upcoming season.
American League Youth Watch
Orioles catcher of the future Matt Wieters highlights the 2009 American League Youth Watch, along with Rays Pitcher David Price and Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus. More...
National League Youth Watch
The National League Youth Watch features players who should make an impact this season like Chris Iannetta and Jay Bruce along with Pirates top prospect Andrew McCutchen. More...
Blue Jays on TSN Broadcast Schedule
TSN's 2009 Toronto Blue Jays broadcast schedule, featuring 20 regular season games and one spring training game, marks the 26th consecutive year of Blue Jays Baseball on TSN. All regular season games will be produced in High Definition on TSN HD (see broadcast schedule below).
Rod Black and Pat Tabler return to the booth for their 8th consecutive year to anchor the Rogers Jays on TSN broadcasts.
Click here for the TSN's full schedule
Photo Credits: Halladay - J. Meric/Getty Images, Hamels - Chris Graythen/Getty Images, Morneau - Rob Tringali/Getty Images, Harden - Donald Miralle/Getty Images, Holliday - Ronald Martinez/Getty Images, Martin - Harry How/Getty Images, Wieters - Marc Serota/Getty Images, McCutchen - Rob Tringali/Getty Images