Using pitch-tunneling data to explore whiff probabilities.
Pablo Sandoval heads back to San Francisco, the Twins add much-needed rotation help in Jaime Garcia, and the Mariners swap four minor leaguers for David Phelps.
Mike Napoli, Brandon Moss, Logan Morrison, and Chris Carter learn that it’s a tough offseason to be a veteran bat.
The Giants nab a new center fielder and the Brewers nab a new designated hitter.
If these players are on your league’s waiver wire, they might be worth a look, depending on the format in which you play.
Mike and Bret debut a new-and-improved format, with advice better catered to your specific leagues.
Looking at some first-time starters in 2013 to see which ones will stick.
The Reds sign Miguel Olivo and Manny Parra, the Mets get Brandon Lyon and Marlon Byrd, and the Astros and A’s make a swap involving Jed Lowrie.
Playing for one category might make sense this late in the season. Here are some limited players who might nonetheless pick up a point or two for you.
Ten players who took the long route from top prospect to major-league contributor this year.
Matt finds evidence the Rangers are good and the Astros are bad.
If you can believe in Chris Carter, you can believe in this year’s Athletics.