Hey PECOTA, which young hitters do you like this season?
Just be glad we didn’t use a Cease-related pun.
Kansas City adds more help for a final run, bringing back Melky Cabrera to the outfield mix.
Is Tommy Kahnle the next Grant Balfour or the next Michael Wuertz?
Milwaukee bets on Anthony Swarzak’s bullpen breakout, Danny Espinosa and Rob Refsnyder find new homes, and the White Sox add another prospect.
New York adds a third baseman and two high-end bullpen arms, and limits Boston’s options in the process.
On the 17th episode of the DFA Podcast, Bryan, special guest Ben Diamond, and Shawn Brody discuss three big deals that are helping shape the 2017 playoff push. The Yankees pick up three pieces, the Nationals grab two, and the Diamondbacks just get one; how did each team do?
Milwaukee adds a pair of relievers, New York picks up yet another first baseman, and the international signing bonus slot just can’t seem to find a home.
On the 16th episode of the DFA Podcast, Bryan, Zach Crizer, and Shawn Brody discuss the first blockbuster move of the podcast’s history: the Jose Quintana trade! The guys share their diverse opinions on whether or not the Cubs or the Sox won the deal, and how soon the White Sox could compete.
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?