Spend that leftover FAAB; you can’t roll it over to 2018.
If you need to accumulate innings, you will find some prime candidates here.
Try sneaking one of these guys onto your roster heading into the offseason.
September brings a rush of new blood to the free-agent pool. Is it good blood, or just more blood? What’s with all of this blood?
Lots of starting pitchers availableâ€”so take advantage now.
Scooter reviews the chances that his contending club in a 12-team, AL-only league has to win. It would be his first championship in 16 seasons. The keys include Corey Kluber, Byron Buxton and, probably, Kevin Kiermaier.
Scooter puts skin in the game, acquiring three of the players he discusses here. So if he’s wrong, it hurts.
Nicky Delmonico might get some ribbies with the White Sox, Matt Belisle might be saves for the Twins, and Drew Butera will get all of the playing time (for now) with the Royals.
Let’s find out if the Phillies like the taste of Rhys’ big cuts.
Leagues offering daily transactions, instead of weekly, open themselves up to losing owners.
Get a load of how many lefties that Cleveland’s Brandon Guyer is slated to see next week.
Jose Quintana moving from the AL to the NL is the rare case when players in an -only league discover “found money” in FAAB free agency. Those who saved can prosper. All-too-frequently however, it can be shrewder to use FAAB money earlier, incrementally, because “big-fish” free agents simply never come.