Exploring the insurance calculus of big-money deals.
The tax rates in various major-league cities can have a significant impact on player salaries.
The Cubs didn’t necessarily need to empty their farm to acquire another starter.
How are players taxed based upon residency, where their home team plays, and where they play on the road?
Are major year-to-year fluctuations in WARP common occurences?
Are there many pitchers who reach the 200-inning threshold without producing wins above replacement-level players?
A look at the return on investments for relievers given multi-year deals versus one-year contracts.
With Cliff Lee now added to the staff, where does the 2011 Phillies rotation rank all-time?
Trying to determine the value of three NL West pitchers and their potential impact for next season.
There is no risk in the Diamondbacks listening to trade offers for Justin Upton or the Yankees having Derek Jeter test the market.
Past performance only tells part of a player’s story if not put into the proper context.
Looking for those whose accomplishments in the American League in 2010 flew under the radar.
Taking a peek at the players who were stealthily good in the NL in 2010.
Looking at free-agent pitchers who will potentially be forced sign minor-league contracts.
As players hit free agency, not everyone will come away with a big-league deal. Who might sign a minor-league contract?