Ben and Sam discuss who did and didn’t get qualifying offers, which player stands to lose the most money as a result, and why the system doesn’t make sense.
Predictions, statistics, and analysis about the newly unemployed players who will soon be employed.
Ben and Sam discuss why players don’t choose year-to-year contracts, then rank contending teams by rootability.
Why timing is everything when it comes to buying big free agents.
Ben and Sam discuss Carlos Gomez’ valuable season and the Cubs’ willingness to trade players they recently signed as free agents.
Let the other teams sign their players to extensions. The 2014-15 free agent market’s got a great deal for you!
Which players from this year’s crop of AL spring training invitees could catch on?
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.