Part four in a division-by-division dialogue leading up to Opening Day.
Eyes on Rymer Liriano, Trevor Story, Tim Anderson, Myles Jaye and other intriguing prospects.
Catching you up on the weekend’s conflicting reports about Ervin Santana, Shane Victorino’s switch-hitting decision, and White Sox trade rumors.
Three teams sign utility infielders, the Rangers pick up Joe Saunders, Johan Santana finds a lifeline and other moves.
Ben and Sam introduce a new sponsor, then preview the White Sox’ season with Ken Funck, and Nick talks to CSNChicago.com White Sox insider Dan Hayes (at 27:44).
Chicago adds one of the game’s most reliable relievers, and the Twins sign Kurt Suzuki.
Ben and Sam discuss recent trades and signings, focusing on moves by the Indians, White Sox, and Diamondbacks, Kevin Towers’ changing approach to building a bullpen, and the reliever market.
The Diamondbacks get a power hitter and another Good Guy for their Good Guy Squad. The Angels add two starters to a barren rotation.
The White Sox bet on Paulino, who is coming back from Tommy John.
The Red Sox add a sorta closer for a non-closing role, the Marlins ink Furcal, and the White Sox add Ronald Belisario.
The White Sox bring back Paul Konerko, the Yankees add Kelly Johnson, and Wesley Wright doesn’t take long to find a new club.
The White Sox system isn’t near the top yet, but it’s rising.
The Pale Hose might not contend in 2014, but that doesn’t mean they won’t have useful fantasy contributors.
What should the Tigers do to stay on top, and what can their rivals do to catch them?
The latest hyped Cuban raises the bar for international free agent signings.