Taking another look at a deal that was immediately considered, by many, an easy Boston victory.
Four hypothetical WBC teams, Jack Cust’s favorite snack, and other stuff.
The Dodgers’ 2013 payroll is already around $200 million. Is the Dodgers’ 2013 roster a good roster?
According to a transcript unearthed by Adam, Theo Epstein almost derailed the Dodgers-Red Sox mega-trade with a call to his old friend Ben.
Matt goes beyond the obvious and processes the Mega-Trade from Boston’s perspective.
Ben and Sam discuss the futures of the two teams involved in the weekend’s blockbuster trade, then talk about whether the Astros would benefit from signing Roger Clemens.
In one of the biggest trades in modern baseball history, the Dodgers would add an entire team payroll while the Red Sox would tear down a team that was supposed to be great.
The Red Sox aren’t the first team to fight with their manager, and they won’t be the first to regret it, either.
A middle round in 1999 has produced nearly as many WARP as the first round in 2000. Can it continue?
The Red Sox have too many good players, and, yes, this could turn into a problem.
Andrew Miller makes Jose Molina look like a worse hitter than usual, David Price makes Nick Swisher’s head explode, Chris Davis makes baseball look easy (or hard), and more.
The 2000 draft serves as an example of why knee-jerk reactions to the draft are often premature.