Why more rumors are popping up in Miami, and where Alexei Ramirez might go.
Which managers stood out for their ability to get their best pitchers in the biggest situations this year?
Built around two superstars, the White Sox are not likely to contend, but they’ll field useful fantasy assets.
In a repeat matchup, David Price shows the many things he can do, and teaches us something about Abreu in the process.
Taking a tour through BP’s two decades of writing about Paul Konerko.
The Astros fire their manager, the A’s trade for Adam Dunn, Kelly Johnson becomes a pretty crazy trivia answer, and more.
Why Boston’s big trades of Jon Lester and John Lackey didn’t result in any minor leaguers joining the Red Sox
Big days for Papi and Adam Jones, bad days for the Royals and fans of position players pitching.
The Diamondbacks recall Trevor Cahill, the Mariners release John Buck, and Brad Mills costs Toronto less than a buck.
The White Sox lefty tops All-Star Game skipper John Farrell’s Red Sox, plus more from Wednesday and what to watch on Thursday.
The Red Sox drop Chris Capuano, Jose Tabata is outrighted, and Scott Downs is looking for work.
The Mets claim their prize for Ike Davis, the Athletics officially give up on Michael Taylor, and the Pirates promote one-time Opening Day starter Vance Worley.
Jones didn’t make it into the Annual this year, but now he’s contributing. Here’s why/how/what/etc.
The Mariners send Nick Franklin back down, the Twins know when to Fuld ’em, and Carter Capps will face harder chaps.
Looking at the fast starts of Jose Abreu and Masahiro Tanaka to see what we can expect moving forward.
Part four in a division-by-division dialogue leading up to Opening Day.