The Nats and Rays talk trade, Jesus Montero transitions to first, and the Twins eye Cuban free agents.
Which teams’ glass slippers best fit the six still-unsigned top-50 free agents?
The Mariners get a closer, the Diamondbacks sign Bronson Arroyo, and Paul Maholm goes cheap.
The Orioles sign Delmon Young, while a bunch of teams sign a bunch of middle infielders.
Analysis of all of Wednesday’s trades and signings, including Joaquin Benoit, Raul Ibanez, Ryan Doumit, Danny Valencia, and many more players.
Ben and Sam discuss moves made by the Royals, Rockies, Padres, and more.
“Should always be a .300-plus hitter.”
Ben and Sam discuss home plate collisions, the neighborhood play, and moves by the Mariners, Mets, and Nationals.
The Mariners continue to move away from defense, and make another offseason about adding thump.
The Mariners aren’t done making deals, Delmon Young is attempting to play a new position, and Bronson Arroyo is a popular pitcher.
Ben and Sam discuss the Robinson Cano signing and the weekend’s big story about the Mariners’ front office.
The Mariners signed Robinson Cano to a terrifyingly long, terrifyingly large contract. They won’t regret it.
The Blue Jays ink Dioner Navarro, the Giants re-up Ryan Vogelsong, the Pirates get Chris Stewart, Juan Carlos Oviedo re-signs with Tampa, and more.
A look at what the A’s can do to win their division again, and what their rivals can do to catch them.
New manager Lloyd McClendon’s bunch boasts a couple of impact pitchers, but are there any bats to see here?
Doug finds a lot to like and plenty to nitpick in Taijuan Walker’s early outings.