Derek Jeter does not like the donger machine. I have a suggestion for Derek Jeter. Derek Jeter can eat a six-foot bucket of—no? I’m being told no. Here’s what you do, since you want to be rid of it so bad. You put the thing on the bed of a large truck. Military-size truck, probably,…
The Rangers’ star was a steal last winter–though how much of a steal we can’t say.
So Strasburg is off the market. A couple of the best framers in baseball aren’t, and they’re not looking for seven years, either.
You can plan a pretty picnic but you can’t predict Almonte. Meanwhile, the Cubs have balked at a long extension for Jake Arrieta, and Tim Lincecum’s unemployment shows why.
How PECOTA sees the historical free agency class of 2018-2019 changing.
The Pirates’ pitching guru is a free agent next winter, while an AL East team wants to ship Andrew Cashner across the country.
The Guinness Effect, and why opt-outs are the only way for a true star to get what he’s worth.
Most of the remaining free agents share something in common, and it’s not something teams seem to trust.
Has the MLBPA been too timid?
Yo might go back to Detroit, the Dodgers keep looking for a no. 2 starter, and Yaisel Sierra is officially a name to know.
Forget whether they’re good or bad for teams. Why have players and teams suddenly agreed to so many of them?
Your favorite team could trade for Mark Melancon and Todd Frazier. What a time to be alive!
An agent’s journal from this year’s winter meetings.
As the end of Jason Heyward’s free agency approaches, we look at the anti-Heyward arguments that managers and execs are surprisingly attached to.