Acquiring Carlos Quentin might make more work for Josh Byrnes.
The A’s most recent deal shows the team is eager to prove to MLB that a move to San Jose is necessary.
The Mets’ public chiding of R.A. Dickey adds another scar to the team’s pockmarked appearance.
Since no teams have reached out to offer Prince Fielder a ginormous contract, should he settle for a very short-term deal?
The White Sox’ decision to extend John Danks is puzzling.
A few hundred thousand dollars might have made the difference between a serious offer and one that was unlikely to lead to the Blue Jays winning the Yu Darvish bidding.
Walt Jocketty brought a potential ace to Cincinnati, but was the price he paid too high for the Reds’ future?
The new Astros GM is steering the ship away from overvaluing fungible relievers.
Kevin Towers hopes his latest bullpen moves will bring high payoffs.
The Diamondbacks just non-tendered Joe Saunders, but there is a better, perhaps cheaper, option on the market.
Ryan Braun shouldn’t be judged until we have all the facts
Those who were patient on the closer market were rewarded with lower prices.
C.J. Wilson may be the flashy name for free-agent pitchers, but is there a better option available on the market?
The Mets may have had no chance but to let Jose Reyes go, but letting him go might have been the right choice anyway.
The Marlins’ signing of Heath Bell is a questionable use of valuable resources.