The secondary pitching market has little remaining, with a glut in the outfield, the Padres aren’t done making moves, and the Blue Jay may look to the Far East to fix their second-base hole.
The Tigers look to Doug Fister in their bid to even the series.
Boston gets ready to host its first ALCS in five years while Tampa Bay prepares to possibly wave good-bye to David Price.
Will the Rays make good on Joe Maddon’s promise to return to “lovely” Boston?
A special trade deadline edition of the watch list, in which Mike and Bret recap the fantasy impact of every salient deal.
The Red Sox add Jake Peavy and Brayan Villarreal, while the Tigers get Jose Iglesias and the White Sox add Avisail Garcia plus prospects.
Ben and Sam revisit the question of whether wealthy teams are winning (and will win) more, then discuss a proposal to push the trade deadline back.
Sam plays GM and auctions off Chicago’s most valuable trade bait to the highest bidder.
Justin Verlander has looked mortal lately, and on Thursday he was hit hard again by the AL’s worst offense.
The Dodgers now have a high-priced reliever. But do they have an elite reliever?
Can you tell which pitches will leads to hits and which will lead to outs without seeing the results?
Which players will be staying at home this year who should be playing in Kansas City?
Pleasant 2012 surprises James McDonald and Jake Peavy are among this week’s top two-start pitchers.
Can the Astros break out of 0 percent playoff odds?
Does the success of Jake Peavy’s changeup owe anything to the pitches before it?