Mike Napoli, Brandon Moss, Logan Morrison, and Chris Carter learn that it’s a tough offseason to be a veteran bat.
Free agency is winding down, but plenty of recognizable names haven’t found homes yet.
Have all of the years of screaming about his insistence on playing Jeff Mathis been for naught?
The Indians bring in a few veterans, a few spare outfielders find homes, and the Orioles sign a Korean player, but not THAT Korean player.
Can the Red Sox first baseman rebound from an injury-hindered 2014 campaign?
The new Nate Freiman, the improved Clayton Kershaw, the red-hot Jose Altuve, and more from the weekend, plus what to watch today.
Junior-circuit bats to keep an eye on during the second half of spring training.
The defending World Series champions are low on elite fantasy talent, but have numerous useful assets.
The Yankees try to replace Robinson Cano’s bat with Carlos Beltran’s, and Boston brings back Mike Napoli.
These players are valuable fantasy hitters, but their versatility will be diminished in 2014.
Anibal Sanchez’s one bad inning.
R.J. goes back over his free agent rankings to see what teams knew that he didn’t.
After 2012, what should we unlearn about the Red Sox?
Matt Harrison gets a big payday, the Red Sox and Mike Napoli reach a new agreeement, and Peter Moylan is a Dodger.