Detroit reestablishes itself as an AL Central favorite, while Justin Upton puts himself in position to hit the market again in two years.
How players and teams have landed on the same contract wish.
The Padres get at least something for their shortstop woes, while the Pirates reup Chris Stewart.
Has the MLBPA been too timid?
Why do these two teams like each other’s pitchers so much?
This year’s Cubs aren’t just set to be fantastic. They should be unique, too.
What Kyle Gibson does that is almost, but not quite, unique.
How the Rockies Charlie Blackmon is going against history.
The circumstances change, but the Twins never do. Is that their problem?
Despite the big names being off the market, there’s still plenty of activity to come and these teams still have work left to do.
The White Sox get another big fish, while the rebuilding Dodgers and Reds get prospects. Wait, what?
The Giants outbid their big-spending divisional rivals (the Diamondbacks).
Will the Twins rookie be undone by his contact issues?
As the end of Jason Heyward’s free agency approaches, we look at the anti-Heyward arguments that managers and execs are surprisingly attached to.
The Mariners add another first baseman, the Nationals and A’s add to their bullpens and Brett Lawrie joins his fourth organization.