Brandon McCarthy’s breaker did different things last year, and so did Brandon McCarthy.
Why the Padres taking on a high-risk veteran like Matt Kemp and the Dodgers playing it safe with Yasmani Grandal makes perfect sense.
The league might be catching up to the inefficiency in non-player compensation.
The Yankees re-sign Chase Headley, the Astros get a hitter to play shortstop, and Brett Anderson has incentives.
After years of taking on big contracts, the new-look Dodgers front office found a pretty good opportunity to shed one.
In a span of hours, the Dodgers make 13 players worth of transactions.
The Royals re-up Hochevar, the Braves non-tender the TJ survivors, Jim Johnson finds a home, and more.
Los Angeles gets in on the Lester chase, while Andrew Miller has plenty of (non-Dodger) pursuers.
The Dodgers and Rays each add relievers that should help, by getting relievers from the other.
Where the Royals might look for offense, where Jon Lester will find enough suitors to start a bidding war, and why Dan Haren might retire.
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Andrew Friedman might be the most revered executive in the game–Billy Beane included–and the richest team in baseball just hired him.
Don Mattingly didn’t always have easy decisions to make, but the one that seemed like a no-brainer may loom the largest.
The Cardinals lefties keep beating up on the Dodgers lefties, but the Dodgers will turn to a very special lefty in Game Four.
Or do they!? (No.)
The Giants and Nationals will play what feels like Game Four, while the Dodger will lean on a returning Ryu.