The best players on the Indians were far from the best prospects.
The system is starting to create some depth, but the highlight still remains the elite talent at the very top.
The Rays get another arm for the bullpen, while Gavin Floyd signs in Cleveland.
Yet another AL team plucks a middle-of-the-order hitter from Oakland.
With whom will the A’s next blockbuster be? And one team drops out of the Headley chase.
The Tribe boasts intriguing present and future options at a few of the shallowest fantasy positions.
Looking at the teams with the best chances of keeping the gang together–the best cores in baseball.
How an agent landed a client who, eight years later, is an MVP candidate.
Trades are completed, relievers are freed, contracts are purchased, Shucks are acquired for cash considerations, and so on.
Cleveland catching prospect Francisco Mejia is still a tiny baby, but there could be something special brewing.
The Angels get Gordon Beckham, the Rangers unload two catchers in a weekend,
…then you’ve got less trouble than me. The Nationals upgrade at second base, while the Zach Walters era begins in Cleveland.
The Cardinals don’t add Price or Lester, but they do improve the rotation.
The Astros call up the outfielder they stole from Philadelphia.
Carlos Correa, Francisco Lindor, Addison Russell or Javier Baez? We polled front office types and our prospect staff.