Breaking down the Nationals’ moves to keep Stephen Drew and add fellow veterans Joe Blanton and Adam Lind.
Scott Kazmir returns to Los Angeles and Stephen Drew becomes the second most popular second baseman to sign with the Nationals in the last week.
The Stephen Drew/Scott Boras qualifying offer odyssey comes to a non-tragic conclusion.
The Tigers and Stephen Drew could help each other out, and the Royals come close to picking a fifth starter.
Chris Capuano and Stephen Drew draw interest from multiple teams, and Drew Pomeranz is still a starter.
Which teams’ glass slippers best fit the six still-unsigned top-50 free agents?
Updates on likely landing spots for Stephen Drew, Fernando Rodney, Bronson Arroyo, and Jose Lobaton.
Ricky Nolasco and Ervin Santana are asking a lot, Stephen Drew is about to make some money, and a familiar starter resurfaces as a knuckleballer.
With a strong outing versus the Braves and a home run at the plate, Jose Fernandez did his best to convince Rookie of the Year voters on Wednesday.
An object lesson in implementing the shift drawn from two consecutive plate appearances.
Hector Santiago is taking Jake Peavy’s place in the White Sox rotation, and he’s among the five junior-circuit players worth a look in your fantasy leagues this week.
The Red Sox signed Stephen Drew to be their starting shortstop, the Astros signed Carlos Pena, and the A’s signed Hiroyuki Nakajima
Cheering, and lots of it, in the press box.
It raises a good question, though. *Has* a team tried to score 14 runs every game and go 124-1?
Ben and Sam talk about Brett Anderson’s Tuesday return from Tommy John surgery and its impact on Oakland’s potential playoff rotation, then discuss whether Stephen Drew would be wise to test the free-agent market this winter in light of the other shortstops available.
The Angels figured out a way to improve their playoff odds!