The staff wonders what might have been if these moves had materialized.
The Cubs are kicking tires, but might not have room for the last marquee free agent; meanwhile, Matt Albers is chasing a record again.
A long offseason might finally be coming to a close, as the last remaining top-tier free agent is reportedly poised to accept an offer.
The Indians want a hitter, everybody wants a Cole Hamels, and Yoan Moncada is available.
How Cody Asche fits. Plus, Jose Veras
One of the relievers still to be had, and one of the San Diego moves still (perhaps) to be made.
The two-time Tommy John survivor will wait before signing this winter, while Jurickson Profar is recovering nicely.
Alex Anthopolous gives some hints as to who’ll be collecting saves in Toronto this year.
Trade talks with the Phillies have stalled, while Matt Dominguez faces new competition this year.
The Blue Jays might be interested in an infielder with legal troubles, while the Orioles might demand a substantial return if they let Dan Duquette go.
Singleton might be squeezed out of Houston’s outfield, and Ryan Vogelsong might be squeezed into the Giants rotation.
The Blue Jays and Nationals could be in on Burke Badenhop, while Jonny Gomes might find a fit in Atlanta.
Milwaukee rumors give some indication of what the Brewers plan to do with Yovani Gallardo’s rotation spot.
With Scherzer off the board, James Shields is going to be a hot topic. The Tigers are interested.
A quiet winter in Texas might get sliiiiiightly less quiet, while the Phillies hopes for a Cole Hamels trade get a little clearer.
Answer: You’re both interested in Yoan Moncada.