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A Brief Ode to Two Men Stuck in the Beastie Boys’ Baseball Brains By: Zack Moser I got more hits than Sadaharu Oh. — Beastie Boys, “Hey Ladies” I got mad hits like I was Rod Carew. — Beastie Boys, “Sure Shot” In two songs released five years apart, the Beastie Boys compared themselves to…
The staff wonders what might have been if these moves had materialized.
Staff members pick teams and explain the finishing touches they should make to their rosters before spring training.
The Yankees and White Sox fill their keystones, and the Phillies nab a cheap starter.
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Starting in November, we accept a different sort of journalism from our baseball writers. Should we?
The BP staff recounts some of the winter’s best transactions and decisions.
The staff looks back at some of the 2012 Hot Stove rumors that proved fruitless, and what might have been had they come true.
The Yankees make a point of appearing to be interested in second basemen other than Robinson Cano. Also, Grant Balfour is popular.
The future price that each team that improved over the offseason paid.
Has the rest of the AL East stolen a march on the Orioles this offseason?
Which of last season’s contending teams have been least active this offseason, and why?
How to be unhappy about every move your favorite team makes.
The Blue Jays pull off the first big blockbuster of the winter, trading for an ace and the last remnants of last offseason’s Marlins spending spree.