Putting Damon in Detroit and Branyan in Cleveland creates more depth than obvious lineup upgrades.
Pitchers, unlike hitters, have no discernible pattern for reaching their peaks but they do often flame out quickly.
A surprising revelation that players often do better in the second year of two-year contracts than the first.
The Angels may not be better but they may be healthier without Guerrero and Lackey.
Why mutual options in contracts aren’t as pointless as they may seem.
Mark Shapiro discusses handing the reins to Chris Antonetti in Cleveland, Fred Wilpon explains the Mets’ off-season thinking and other quotes from around the majors.