Miami invests in Fernando Rodney avoiding pumpkin status and Los Angeles picks up a Clayton Kershaw fill-in.
Early struggles gave way to a very hot stretch and now the Astros are serious contenders again.
Can and should the Diamondbacks push forward with their three-year plan, or look to blow it up early?
The Rangers’ star was a steal last winter–though how much of a steal we can’t say.
It’s time for another installment of Would This Work?, the game show that we just made up today.
Chicago can’t quit Chris Coghlan, while the A’s pick up a former top prospect with remaining intrigue.
The small move that went so, so bad in a season that is sliding in that direction.
Eric Hosmer and Lorenzo Cain would be the biggest gets on this summer’s market. Would a cold streak get the Royals there–and would the Royals plausibly be better off?
Thinking probabilistically about upgrades.
Colin Walsh picked the wrong time to draw walks, Edwin Jackson’s out-making ability vanished, and Alex Guerrero bit off more than he could chew.
Determine never to be idle. No person will have occasion to complain of the want of time, who never loses any.
The Pirates’ fine season might get finer. Do two pitching phenoms make for a climactic Act III?
The recent success of Rule 5ers like Herrera speaks to, among other things, the prevailing style of play and the glut of talent in MLB.
Tim Lincecum finds a home for his comeback, Blake Swihart rejoins the Red Sox as an outfielder, and the Braves buy a draft pick.
One challenge of replacing a GM is unwinding an entire front office during the permanent campaign of modern baseball.