With David Wright’s latest injury, it might now be time to think about the long-term future at the position.
A utility man who isn’t, a formerly great closer who wasn’t, and a comeback story no one knows.
James Loney fills in for Lucas Duda, Brian Duensing bounces to another home, and Woj gets a new job.
Tim Lincecum finds a home for his comeback, Blake Swihart rejoins the Red Sox as an outfielder, and the Braves buy a draft pick.
Joe Nathan finds a home for his comeback, Jimmy Parades’ utility train arrives at a new stop, and the Padres trade cash to keep Blash.
Kyle Lohse tries to keep his career going and Tommy Joseph completes his comeback from multiple concussions.
The Braves’ allergy to major league players is only getting worse.
Third-string catchers are on the move, former strong defenders are as well, and well there’s Casey Fien.
The Nationals lock up their first generational, first-overall-pick player. Does it tell us anything about whether they’ll do the same with Bryce Harper?