Joe Nathan finds a home for his comeback, Jimmy Parades’ utility train arrives at a new stop, and the Padres trade cash to keep Blash.
We’re just one week into the season, and a host of teams already have ninth-inning concerns.
The first-year Tiger has a longer rÃ©sumÃ© in the ninth inning, but is he a better value than the bearded Giant on draft day?
A look at fantasy impact of every significant transaction consummated on Tuesday.
Joe Nathan could be a fit for the Tigers, Carlos Ruiz could be headed to Colorado, and Rafael Furcal might be a fit for the Mets.
As the 2013 season winds down, Mike examines the contract statuses of current closers to evaluate their odds of retaining their jobs in 2014.
Rex Brothers resumes the ninth-inning gig in Colorado, plus other closer-related notes, and the updated tiers and dollar values.