How long will the current ride, good or bad, last for your favorite team? In the May 15 edition of the ESPN SweetSpog Blog ICYMI, our writers talk about the highlights and brownouts that have happened in 2015. Feel free to comment below or ask us questions on Twitter!
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Arizona Diamondbacks: Inside the 'Zona
Hill trade prospects given recent offensive surge: After an April that was his worst offensive month in nearly 10 years, Aaron Hill has been absolutely on fire in May -- one of the majors' three hottest hitters. Ryan P. Morrison examines whether that breathes new life into the possibility of a trade, and where those fits might be. Twitter: @ryanpmorrison
Baltimore Orioles: Camden Depot
The good and the bad for Norris: Bud Norris has had a rough start to the 2015 season. Ryan Romano looks at some positives and negatives for Norris and notes that a complete rebound is unlikely. Twitter: @CamdenDepot
Colorado Rockies: Rockies Zingers
Milwaukee Brewers: Disciples of Uecker
"Smartbuilding #1: Atlanta Braves": Nicholas Zettel begins a series to analyze some of the most active offseasons for 2014 in order to find lessons for the Brewers. The Braves' recent retool presents a model for shedding contracts, completely flooding the minors with prospects, and also adding competitive MLB talent. Twitter: @spectivewax
Minnesota Twins: Twins Daily
Is the Twins' rotation turning around? After three straight seasons at the very bottom of the AL, the Minnesota rotation is finally showing signs of legitimate improvement. But is the progress sustainable? Twitter: @TwinsDaily
New York Mets: MetsToday.com
Punchless Mets are fading fast: After starting 15-5, the Mets lost 10 of their next 15 despite posting the league's best ERA in May. Why? Their offense has the league-lowest batting average and the least runs scored for the month as well. Dan Capwell compares the Mets' sudden fade to a real-estate investment gone awry, suggesting it's time to remove the mold and make capital improvements. Twitter: @metstoday
New York Yankees: It's About The Money, Stupid
The strangest outfield ever: EJ Fagan looks back at one of the oddest of baseball quirks: The University of Texas' Clark Field, which featured a multi-tiered outfield and was the home of the Longhorns up until 1974.
St. Louis Cardinals: Fungoes
The best-pitched game against the Cardinals of all time: Eight pitchers have no-hit the St. Louis Cardinals. But no pitcher has ever dominated them like Corey Kluber did Wednesday night in Cleveland. Twitter: @fungoes
Tampa Bay Rays: The Process Report
Toronto Blue Jays: Blue Jays Plus