Yet another AL team plucks a middle-of-the-order hitter from Oakland.
Dan Duquette’s been fielding unsolicited calls for his reliable no. 3, while the Diamondbacks owners reportedly nixed a done deal.
Or, at least, in the past 25 years.
Los Angeles gets in on the Lester chase, while Andrew Miller has plenty of (non-Dodger) pursuers.
Could Nick Markakis’ contract demands end his time in Baltimore? Meanwhile, the Rockies might be shopping their young starting catcher.
The view from the other side of the reporting process.
The offers on the table for Jon Lester, the lefty who might be many teams’ Plan B, and the Astros’ ninth-inning options.
With whom will the A’s next blockbuster be? And one team drops out of the Headley chase.
Headley could benefit from Ramirez and Sandoval coming off the market, Lester is still expected to end up back in Boston, and the Rays might be zeroing in on a skipper.
The Giants could get back at the Red Sox, who might also be in the mix for Cole Hamels. Meanwhile, John Jaso might soon have access to cheap prescription pills.
The Yankees are looking at top setup men, the Panda might be moving soon, and Matt Joyce is available. Would his power be part of the package?
Where the Royals might look for offense, where Jon Lester will find enough suitors to start a bidding war, and why Dan Haren might retire.
Ben and Sam discuss the year’s busiest day for big baseball news.
The Dodgers consider an extension for Hanley Ramirez, and Bronson Arroyo awaits an offer.
The staff looks back at some of the 2012 Hot Stove rumors that proved fruitless, and what might have been had they come true.
Assessing John Mozeliak’s options as St. Louis attempts to upgrade at short.