The free-agent ace decides W.C. Fields was right, because Philadelphia will do.
And Sori makes three, or why both deals won’t be worthless, but will leave their teams feeling sorry.
Defense and history were two things that came up in passing.
After both Chicago teams sign their first basemen, what’s left over, plus dredging muck from the catching pool.
The Snakes grab a Sock, the Sox dun the Nats, and more moves from the transactions front.
The Cubs’ skipper speaks, plus the Capn’s new, additional definition of immobility.
Two BP writers join the BBWAA, plus other chatter.
The Snakes save money for later while saying ‘gimme Mora,’ while the O’s find a way around a lousy market for third basemen.
In an act of inevitable consummation, dealing A-Gonz to Beantown doesn’t equal garbanzo beans in San Diego, does it? Plus the Brewers add an arm.
The Hot Stove gets 50 pieces of coal, all the better to run hotter still.
Deals will get done in Orlando, but here’s a half-dozen possible exchanges for clubs looking to trade from unwanted depth.
Angels and Royals roster-move catchup.
The race to get shortstops while the getting’s good could put the Rays in the catbird seat with Jason Bartlett.
Catching up on stuff that happened when it had happened.