Would ditching service time for an age-based free agency system stop teams from keeping top prospects in the minors?
Alex Cobb still doesn’t have any takers, Jake Arrieta takes things slow with the Phillies, and the Yankees add infield depth with Neil Walker.
Finally, a big free-agent breakthrough: Jake Arrieta signs with the Phillies.
Free agents Mike Moustakas and Carlos Gonzalez find homes at home, and Jose Bautista keeps on looking.
This offseason’s free agent market looks and sounds an awful lot like the 1980s.
What are the MLBPA’s legal options to “boycott” spring training during the term of a CBA?
Is there actual evidence of collusion taking place this offseason or are other factors slowing down the free agent market?
In a snoozer of an offseason, why are relievers being snatched up more quickly than other players?
At the very least, it’s unusually neat scaling.