We just want to say three words to the Braves: “service time” and “extensions.”
“The offensive production was likely the result of a change in swing mechanics and a change in approach.”
The system is weaker than it used to be, but there are plenty of pieces that could contribute this year.
The Mets try to get a power arm in return for Ike Davis, and the Rays’ requests in David Price trade talks become clearer.
The Rays keep their first baseman, and the Rockies overpay to add another lefty to their bullpen.
A three-way trade unites Jose Molina and Ryan Hanigan as a dreamy defensive duo.
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.
Ben and Sam discuss the early movement on the free agent market, then break down the Jose Molina, Brian McCann, and Joe Smith signings.
The Rays re-sign their skilled receiver, and an unlikely career continues.
In the debut edition of this new series, Ben looks at the most impactful decision each AL East team could make this offseason.
Ben and Sam discuss the narratives that are dominating the discussion this October.
Boston gets ready to host its first ALCS in five years while Tampa Bay prepares to possibly wave good-bye to David Price.
Will the Rays make good on Joe Maddon’s promise to return to “lovely” Boston?
The latest example of unpredictable baseball.
The Rays face elimination behind Alex Cobb.
Two home runs by David Ortiz and a pair of late double-play balls helped the Red Sox to a 2-0 series lead.