The Minnesota Twins were once a model of successful small-market baseball, but they have lost 90 games three years in a row. How they did get to the bottom?
How the Winter Meetings went down during a previous pilgrimage to Orlando.
The White Sox bet on Paulino, who is coming back from Tommy John.
An in-depth look at how dollar values are assigned to hitters, and the ways in which these values are useful for individual leagues’ auctions.
Notes on prospects playing abroad, including Pirates outfielder Andrew Lambo and Nationals outfielder Michael Taylor.
The Mariners aren’t done making deals, Delmon Young is attempting to play a new position, and Bronson Arroyo is a popular pitcher.
Ben and Sam discuss Roy Halladay, Mark Prior, rumors from the Winter Meetings, and more.