No, really: The Twins pitch to contact. (Still. For now.)
No, really: The Yankees have a dynamite bullpen.
Dexter Fowler had the perfect walk year at the worst time.
Rather than going all-in, the White Sox go Rollins. Meanwhile, the Cubs add Manny Parra, and Cleveland gets Uribe.
The Orioles finally add the pitcher they wanted, after seemingly weeks of heavy fliration.
How PECOTA sees the historical free agency class of 2018-2019 changing.
What the past says about the futures of three once-bright stars.
The Diamondbacks reinforce their bullpen, the White Sox reinforce their rotation, and more.
As the league continues to weigh the question of DH expansion, a look at the ways DHs are used and the way they change the game.
In the career trajectories of seven (or eight) young(ish) shortstops, we see the volatility of baseball careers at this level.
Detroit’s baserunning was a major contributor to the club’s last-place finish. How they, and other AL teams, will look on the bases this year.
The Astros and Nationals both bring in soft-tossers of varying quality, and the Brewers land a former top prospect.
With Coors Field presenting a constant challenge, we seem to get a new one every couple years.
What the Mets did right in landing the last premium free agent on this winter’s market.
Most of the remaining free agents share something in common, and it’s not something teams seem to trust.
Detroit reestablishes itself as an AL Central favorite, while Justin Upton puts himself in position to hit the market again in two years.