Ranking this offseason’s top free agents, and trying to figure out where and for how much money they’ll land.
Justin Verlander’s dominance in Game 6 was one of millions of options that could play out when the season began.
Everything went wrong for the Astros, as the Yankees blooped and blasted their way to a blowout win in Game 3.
New York adds a third baseman and two high-end bullpen arms, and limits Boston’s options in the process.
On the 17th episode of the DFA Podcast, Bryan, special guest Ben Diamond, and Shawn Brody discuss three big deals that are helping shape the 2017 playoff push. The Yankees pick up three pieces, the Nationals grab two, and the Diamondbacks just get one; how did each team do?
This series begins by looking at the dominant themes present in Hahn’s offseason work, and looking into the jewel of his winter acquisitions.
The White Sox get another big fish, while the rebuilding Dodgers and Reds get prospects. Wait, what?
These players vastly outperformed their draft position, making them the best fantasy values of the past season.
Miguel Cabrera might be moving to first base this year, but he still sits atop this list.
You might want to let someone else draft or buy these players in your leagues this spring.
In his last year of eligibility at the hot corner, Miguel Cabrera stands alone at the top.
Ten players who took the long route from top prospect to major-league contributor this year.