A quick look at two off-the-wall stories from recent days.
I did not get everyone I wanted, but am still pleased with my results.
The first of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
Two Braves earn Prospect of the Day recognition, alongside Aaron Hicks, who has been named the Twins’ Opening Day center fielder.
The Red Sox could put Jackie Bradley on the Opening Day roster, Shelby Miller appears to have the fifth rotation spot locked down, and the O’s could deal Luis Ayala.
Considering all the pros and cons of a revolutionary way to structure a roster.
Running through the notable quotes of the week that was.
Ben and Sam discuss whether the supposed split between scouts and statheads about the outlook for the Astros actually exists.
The Angels dump Wells, the Astros add Cedeno, and the Pirates pick up a new shortstop.
Maury questions the league’s decision to press charges stemming from the Biogenesis scandal.
A three-man top tier stands a cut above the rest, but there are five-category contributors as low as tier three.
Mike Trout stands alone at the top, and two White Sox appear in the group of value picks.