Jose Quintana goes from the South Side to Wrigleyville, as the Cubs pay a premium for a frontline starter under contract through 2020.
After faltering during his Junior season, Alec Hansen has put himself back on the map in High-A.
Second sackers get a bad rap as prospects, but should they?
Ryan Howard attempts a comeback with the Braves, the Giants add Melvin Upton and Drew Stubbs to their outfield, and Mike Pelfrey continues his AL Central tour.
James breaks out the crack analysis to break down your manager ejection fantasy draft, Nathan smirks along with Chase Utley, and Patrick creates an an identity crisis.
Carlos Martinez, Tim Anderson, and Kevin Kiermaier sign long-term deals, for different reasons.
There’s a big change of plans on the South Side.
Will the Red Sox’s new ace continue to trade strikeouts for fewer deep counts?
Which young pitchers does PECOTA see as having breakout potential in 2017?
Chicago restocks the farm system with another blockbuster, sending Adam Eaton to Washington for three pitching prospects.
Dave Dombrowski swings for the fences, landing White Sox ace Chris Sale for a substantial prospect package headlined by Yoan Moncada.
Baltimore goes dumpster diving, Cleveland brings Coco Crisp home, and the Jeff Francoeur tour adds another stop.
In a season of adjustments, Chris Sale has been only occasionally dominant. Wednesday was one of those occasions, but it still didn’t look exactly right.
St. Louis avoids breaking the bank, but picks up a useful left-hander signed through 2017.
If there’s one thing you’ll remember 50 years from now about the 2016 season, it’ll probably be this.