Some midseason roster crunches led to some interesting pick-ups this week.
When you’ve struggled with pitching in the past, spend less—wait, what?
Tons of money continues to be thrown at closers—or at least potential closers.
Allow the experts to be your guide when it comes to working the waiver wire.
Four years and $57 million for Alex Cobb would be a normal, ordinary signing in any other offseason.
Alex Cobb’s projection for 2018 is ugly, but a deeper look shows that perhaps PECOTA is missing something.