Exploring the league’s curveballs, we find two excellent breakers that changed dramatically last year–though in surprising ways.
The league might be catching up to the inefficiency in non-player compensation.
Why adhering to tiered rankings might be an impediment in auctions.
What’s the penalty for a bunch of lefties hitting in a row?
The Marlins might try to flip Dan Haren, but options are limited. Also, the Cubs aren’t interested in Colby Rasmus, and Brad Penny is mentioned.