The Orioles and Steve Pearce keep bumping into each other, often quite successfully.
The Giants add a power lefty for the bullpen, while the Brewers get that starting catcher they’ve been lacking for about 20 minutes.
Minnesota gets creative in dumping Ricky Nolasco, as the Twins also send a former top prospect to the Angels and get back Hector Santiago. Also, the Angels send Joe Smith to the Cubs.
The Rays ship HBP fiend Brandon Guyer to Cleveland for a pair of prospects.
Boston picks up some left-handed bullpen help and Minnesota adds a hard-throwing reliever prospect/project.
Wade Miley is a below-average starter having a career-worst year, but when you’re Baltimore that makes him a no. 3.
Wouldn’t trade these jokes for Rich Hill, but would trade them for Chris Sale, if you’re offering.
Can the Jays lefty remain a valuable fantasy starter down the stretch, or is it time to jump ship?
The Blue Jays and Orioles play tug-of-war with the AL East lead, Derek Dietrich loses his shirt over a Marlins’ walk-off, and Justin Verlander makes everyone look foolish, again.
Examining players who might pique your interest in deeper formats.
Notes on prospects who stood out over the weekend, including Eloy Jimenez, Willi Castro, Ian Anderson, and Chance Adams.
Presumably too young to appreciate Command & Conquer, he lives up to the billing anyway.
Notes on Peter Lambert, Mitchell White, Thomas Szapucki and more.
Daniel Hudson was almost traded late last week. It might have rescued the pitcher from baseball’s version of hell.
After their deal for Jonathan Lucroy falls through, the Indians pivot and snag their new closer out of the Bronx.