Tomas boots some balls, while the golden age of Nate Freiman might be over.
The Pirates want to keep their star ‘for a long, long time,’ while the Mets’ crowded rotation will likely squeeze out the team’s top two prospects.
Francisco Rodriguez will sign soon, Carlos Quentin could try first base, and Adam Lind might get a shot at non-platooning.
The Red Sox will go with the veteran in a crowded outfield; meanwhile, the Rangers might pick up Beltre’s option early.
Thinking about how the Phillies think about trading Cole Hamels.
Five days left before Moncada’s self-imposed deadline; Joba could head west; Huston Street could stay west.
The Phillies’ ace is sad to be here, while the Braves are looking at Jackie Bradley Jr.
Why Juan Uribe is no roadblock to a potential $70 million Cuban acquisition.
The Red Sox will try to coach Jackie Bradley Jr. back to success, Mets might by happy with their surplus, and Chad Gaudin exists.
The Dodgers hope to add to the Yasiel Puig comp for Moncada. Meanwhile, the Phillies can’t move Jonathan Papelbon.
Everybody comes out to see Hector Olivera, while Yadiel Alvarez turns some heads.
The cupboard is not empty. It’s just close.
The Phillies are still shopping, Wilin Rosario might play some first, and the Luke Scott show is back from Korea.
San Diego’s big offseason appeared to follow a strategy long prescribed for the amateur draft: Prioritize talent, not need.
The Padres move on to the next thing, while the Tigers talk Dioner.
The Reds apparently will pass on the former White Sox slugger, while the Marlins are sniffing Frankie Rodriguez.