Mark Trumbo returned to the Orioles after finding the free agent market somewhat lacking.
The swings in swings that landed over the fence.
Examining why we might’ve whiffed on the O’s slugger’s breakout, and how to best avoid similar misses going forward.
The first base shuffle continues and the Royals find another catcher to languish behind Sal Perez.
The Mariners acquire yet another bat-first corner guy, while the Diamondbacks finally get a real catcher.
A look at the hitters who could outperform their PECOTA projections in RBI.
Craig examines the strategies you should employ when filling this premium offensive position, and what it might look like down the road.
Ben and Sam discuss the Dodgers’ outfield situation, then talk about the two trades made on Tuesday.
Ben and Sam discuss Roy Halladay, Mark Prior, rumors from the Winter Meetings, and more.
A key piece of the Red Sox rotation comes back, Alfonso Soriano keeps slugging, Ricky Romero returns, and more.
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about whether the Marlins or Astros will win more games in 2013, who’ll be the next retiring player to get the Chipper Jones treatment, when Yasmani Grandal will play for the Padres, and how the Angels should align their outfielders.
Sometimes you’re behind; sometimes you’re ahead. The race is long and in the end it’s only with yourself. (And the other teams in your league.)
The Angels’ outfielders had a very good series, according to Jim Leyland. To the tape!
Sam checks in on several of his articles from earlier this season to see whether what he wrote made sense.