It’s the return of Jason and a very long show as we have lots of prospect lists to discuss, as well as my unhealthy obsession with baseball media in the digital age. To help us conquer the latter, we enlist Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated to discuss the new world of breaking news and then to Tim Dierkes of MLB Trade Rumors about his position as the gatekeeper for breaking stories. It’s a fascinating subject, and both guests are up to the task. As always, there’s your emails and the goofy stuff, and set aside about three hours, as this is a long one.
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An old law, established during the construction of Tropicana Field, may make things tougher for Florida-based sports teams.
Assessing whether the AL got stronger this offseason, evaluating extensions for Tim Lincecum, Brandon Morrow, and Mike Morse, and tackling Toronto’s moves for Francisco Cordero and Omar Vizquel.
Jason makes Jesus Montero an offer he can’t refuse and goes skeptical on Guillermo Pimentel in his latest installment.
Smart drafting has helped Toronto to cultivate one of the best systems in the game.
Ervin Santana and Ricky Romero join 2011 breakouts Vance Worley and Ryan Vogelsong for this week’s Keeper Reaper
Jeff Luhnow’s ability to think creatively will be essential to the Astros as they try to extricate themselves from an unenviable situation.
We shouldn’t be surprised when players don’t show the same appreciation for baseball history we do, but sometimes the truth still hurts.
With all of the big-name free-agent closers off the market, how are things shaking out at the end of each team’s bullpen?