Perception versus performance in the case of the most richly rewarded free agent on the market this offseason.
The Cubs signed two second basemen last week. Marc looks at the one who will end up manning the keystone in 2007.
The highest high-profile free agent pitcher left on the market may have an arm that’s older than his 29 years would suggest.
With plenty of teams needing a center fielder, Gary Matthews Jr. seems to have it all–he switch hits, plays Gold Glove defense, and is coming off of a career year.
Injuries slowed down Chris Carpenter’s early career in Toronto, but he’s become the definition of an ace in St. Louis.
Marc turns his attention to the best player in the Tigers’ lineup, and sorts out how he got that way.
So Cliff Floyd tore his Achilles, no big deal, we’ll just plug in this guy…
The A’s second-best hitter showed considerable improvement in his second full season in the majors.
Future Hall-of-Famer or league-average second baseman? Marc examines whether Cano’s breakout 2006 is for real.
The Braves may shop their longtime second baseman this offseason. Marc explores what his market value might be.
Was Brian Roberts’ 2005 a breakout season, or another Age-27 data point? Marc takes a look.
Wha’happened, or was there never any there there where the wunderkind at the hot corner was concerned? Marc takes a look at the Rangers third baseman.
This week, Marc focuses on one of the Brewers’ more surprising young contributors.
This week, Marc takes a look at the growth of an Age-27 season posterboy.
The more controversy in Toronto, the higher the Jays climb on our Hit List, as this week they leapfrog the suddenly anemic BoSox.