Which members of this year’s crop of spring training invitees could catch on and make an impact in the majors?
Rafael Soriano is off the market, but there are still some potentially useful bullpen arms to be had.
Pour one out for Brad Radke and his spiritual descendants.
A number of notable free agents who’ve changed addresses this offseason have left gaping holes behind on their former teams.
Most of the impact free agents are off the market, but there are still some potential values available to teams that are willing to dig deep.
Has the rest of the AL East stolen a march on the Orioles this offseason?
History suggests that you won’t be distracted by baseball news today.
Which of last season’s contending teams have been least active this offseason, and why?
Ben and Sam discuss Edwin Jackson and the rest of the Cubs’ offseason signings and talk about how the specter of draft-pick compensation is affecting some free agents.
The Astros won’t win in 2013 no matter how much they spend on free agents. So what should we make of their moves?
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about R.A. Dickey, the Red Sox, and more.
Ben and Sam discuss what they see as the worst signings so far this winter.
The Cardinals lure Randy Choate out of Los Angeles, while the Angels sign Sean Burnett away from Washington.
Four free agents go online dating.
What can we conclude from the free agents who did and didn’t receive qualifying offers in the first season under the new CBA?
Smart GMs don’t pay for the brand name, but for the product. These players might have baggage but they get the job done as well as their expensive counterparts.