The consistent Hiroki Kuroda signs on for another year in New York, the Rangers try to resuscitate J.P. Arencibia, and the O’s ink Ryan Webb.
The Mariners signed Robinson Cano to a terrifyingly long, terrifyingly large contract. They won’t regret it.
Ben and Sam talk about the idea that trying to win is costing teams money, then discuss what the industry says about this week’s transaction activity.
The White Sox bring back Paul Konerko, the Yankees add Kelly Johnson, and Wesley Wright doesn’t take long to find a new club.
Ben and Sam discuss the early movement on the free agent market, then break down the Jose Molina, Brian McCann, and Joe Smith signings.
Carlos Beltran is the Yankees’ top target, and the Blue Jays are eyeing available starters, including Jeff Samardzija.
Longtime Braves backstop Brian McCann gives a big boost to the Bombers.
The Yankees make a point of appearing to be interested in second basemen other than Robinson Cano. Also, Grant Balfour is popular.
In the debut edition of this new series, Ben looks at the most impactful decision each AL East team could make this offseason.
Ben and Sam discuss what the Yankees will (and should) do this winter.
The Tigers have a new manager, Derek Jeter has a new salary, and the Indians ditch their proven closer.
Except for the waterworks, the last Bronx appearance of the best reliever ever was much like hundreds of excellent outings before it.
Thursday produced more than its fair share of memorably awful outings.
Ben and Sam discuss whether 2013 was a success or failure for the Marlins relative to expectations, then talk about how the Yankees should approach Derek Jeter’s age-40 season.
With Derek Jeter day-to-day, the Yankees trade for opposite player Brendan Ryan.