Baseball Prospectus is in the process of giving away some pretty cool gifts this holiday season.
The BBWAA’s first Japanese member celebrates a 10-year anniversary.
The Cubs’ skipper speaks, plus the Capn’s new, additional definition of immobility.
Two BP writers join the BBWAA, plus other chatter.
The Snakes save money for later while saying ‘gimme Mora,’ while the O’s find a way around a lousy market for third basemen.
The Cleveland skipper talks about going forward from 2010.
The Mariners’ left fielder discusses playing baseball in Canada, his major-league debut, and life in the minors.
GM Jed Hoyer insists that trading Adrian Gonzalez is not a sign the Padres have written off 2011, along with other news and notes from around the major leagues.
The Hot Stove season is in full swing, and middle infielders with fantasy impact are on the move.
Kevin and Jason bring a mini-podcast with a post-midnight recap of their first day of the winter meetings from Orlando, Florida. Details include all the news from over the weekend (not much happened today), all the chatter in the lobby, tales from Jason’s hotel and some, but not all of the usual goofiness.