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.
Ranking this offseason’s top free agents, and trying to figure out where and for how much money they’ll land.
Special Agent Cooper finds himself in the strange world of the New York Mets and Alex Cobb tries to master the grand slam reaction.
See how Wilson built his team after shelling out $46 for the best player in the game.
Breaking down the arms to help you decide on the optimal strategy for your league.
There is plenty of attractive pitching on Joe Maddon’s roster, but the closer role is up in the air.
The Rays face elimination behind Alex Cobb.
Alex Cobb returns to rearm the Rays for the stretch run.
Bret looks at the quintet of hurlers that has met the strikeout, walk, and ground-ball benchmarks that generally ensure a pitcher’s success.
Cole Hamels snapped a six-start losing streak, and he stays in the auto-start ranks as Paul looks ahead to next week.
In the debut episode of TINSTAAPP, Paul Sporer & Doug Thorburn introduce their show, discuss tons of pitchers, and breakdown their first game of the week between Tim Lincecum and Andrew Cashner
Oakland’s success this year is all the more surprising considering they have departed from the small-market blueprint perfected by Tampa Bay.