The penultimate penultimate Hit List of the season.
It’s Feiday, Freiday, only jokes about Nate Freiman day
Trades are completed, relievers are freed, contracts are purchased, Shucks are acquired for cash considerations, and so on.
The lesser-known Angels starters have kept the rotation above water.
How a team without prospects is making the most of its 40-man roster.
The A’s free-fall continued apace, the Phillies threw a no-hitter, and all the rest of the long weekend’s action.
The Angels get Gordon Beckham, the Rangers unload two catchers in a weekend,
For every elite draft prospect, there’s a coach.
Why Boston’s big trades of Jon Lester and John Lackey didn’t result in any minor leaguers joining the Red Sox
Big days for Papi and Adam Jones, bad days for the Royals and fans of position players pitching.
Looking at a player who wasn’t in the BP Annual but is contributing this year.
The ninth-inning perils in Anaheim should be fixed by Huston Street, while the Padres further deplete a weak Angels farm system.
The recent surges from April’s fantasy slumptrucks.
The 25 players you might want to put on your fantasy bench for help down the road.
The Yankees take on Arizona’s salary and get a pretty good pitcher, while Seth Smith gets an extension in San Diego and the Angels get a left-handed reliever.