The Yankees and White Sox fill their keystones, and the Phillies nab a cheap starter.
Marlon Byrd flies to Cincinnati, the Rockies upgrade defensively at catcher, the Cubs add an outfielder, and Manny Banuelos lands in Atlanta after six years in the Yankees system.
The Marlins might find a match between Dan Haren and an outfield-loaded SoCal team, while the two Phillies you’d actually want might not be as available as you’d actually like.
Exploring the league’s curveballs, we find two excellent breakers that changed dramatically last year–though in surprising ways.
The team is heading downhill, but there’s still a handful of fantasy assets to keep in mind.
Plus: The Phillies might have moved on from a Cuban slugger, and the Nationals have multiple starters they could trade.
Will Chase Utley finally top his inferior teammate?
A look back at some of the top prospects in the NL East, including J.P. Crawford, Steven Matz, and Michael Taylor.
The mechanics of some of the top pitching and hitting prospects in the NL East are broken down
A pair of recent first-rounders heads an overall thin system.
The Phillies call up the slugging corner infielder, who has recovered from a terrible start to his season.
There are many reasons the Phillies have gone from perennial contender to their current aimless stretch, but one in particular helps explain all.
The Phillies install Grady Sizemore atop their lineup, the Cardinals finally have to fix the backup catcher spot, and Jeff Francis heads to the Yankees.
Looks at Jesse Biddle, Kyle Crick, Angel Villalona and many others.
Part one in a division-by-division dialogue leading up to Opening Day.