The A’s and Rockies swap change-of-scenery southpaws.
The Tigers add the speedster they haven’t had in a long time.
The Yankees try to replace Robinson Cano’s bat with Carlos Beltran’s, and Boston brings back Mike Napoli.
The Nats make a move to fix the bad bench that cost them last season.
The Red Sox add a sorta closer for a non-closing role, the Marlins ink Furcal, and the White Sox add Ronald Belisario.
Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion supply big-time power, but what else is there for fantasy owners to see north of the border?
The Angels and Cardinals exchange David Freese and Peter Bourjos, the Mets sign Chris Young, the Rangers bring back Colby Lewis, and Boston acquires Burke Badenhop.
Ron Gardenhire’s club has a ton of prospect talent on the way, but are any current Twins worthy of fantasy attention?
A power-packed middle of the order and a postseason darling on the mound are among the players who ought to pique your interest in Bob Melvin’s bunch.
A look at what the A’s can do to win their division again, and what their rivals can do to catch them.
What should the Tigers do to stay on top, and what can their rivals do to catch them?
New manager Lloyd McClendon’s bunch boasts a couple of impact pitchers, but are there any bats to see here?
In the debut edition of this new series, Ben looks at the most impactful decision each AL East team could make this offseason.
These players are valuable fantasy hitters, but their versatility will be diminished in 2014.
Can the Cardinals even it up? The answer could depend on Carlos Beltran.
Too close to call, but we’ll call it anyway.