How signing the elite of elite free agents may actually be a bargain.
Client poaching, Instagram, hunting gear endorsements, and the rest of the things that a small agency thinks about.
Have extensions killed the free agent star, or just the 2014-15 free agent class?
The more rosters change, the less their odds of winning the World Series seem to.
The staff looks at available players who might cost their next teams more than they’ll be worth.
An argument in favor of more nuanced free agent analysis.
Why free agents rarely come cheap.
Ben and Sam discuss what the Yankees will (and should) do this winter.
Ben and Sam discuss the debatable value of Billy Hamilton, then forecast the free agencies of Jacoby Ellsbury, Brian McCann, Phil Hughes and others.
Ben and Sam reevaluate whether the Marlins’ early promotion of Jose Fernandez made sense, then talk about where Robinson Cano will end up.
Let the other teams sign their players to extensions. The 2014-15 free agent market’s got a great deal for you!
Ben and Sam discuss the Brewers’ Carlos Gomez extension and the increasing scarcity of impact free agents.
Ben and Sam discuss the Zack Greinke signing and the Dodgers’ astronomical payroll with Mike Petriello of Dodgers blog Mike Scioscia’s Tragic Illness.
The top free agent outfielder has a hitting style that should scare teams considering buying his mid-30s.
Ben and Sam break down the Braves’ signing of B.J. Upton and discuss the discrepancy between different appraisals of his value.