Carlos Beltran is the Yankees’ top target, and the Blue Jays are eyeing available starters, including Jeff Samardzija.
In the debut edition of this new series, Ben looks at the most impactful decision each AL East team could make this offseason.
The Padres extend Venable, Bard gets a fresh start, Aaron Harang latches on, and Mauro Gomez faces a crossroads.
Bonifacio joins Kansas City, Miguel Tejada’s season is over, Manny Ramirez loses his shot and Travis Blackley heads to Texas.
Toronto’s nightmare season continues with a blown lead against Los Angeles.
Paul & Doug discuss what is wrong with Jon Lester since mid-May and dive into Strasburg’s season. Next GOTW: Francisco Liriano at Mike Leake
The Cubs will let Marmol walk (or be claimed), Kawasaki’s down and up, and David Ross is concussed.
The Blue Jays are on fire. What credit does John Gibbons deserve?
Toronto’s closer (and non-closer) speak to the difficulty of making plans.
How have other teams that have added as much WARP in one offseason as the Blue Jays fared?
Ben and Sam preview the Blue Jays’ season with Matthew Kory, and Pete talks to Toronto Star Blue Jays reporter Brendan Kennedy (at 17:32).
The Jays sent off a prospect package to Miami that would have left other systems barren, but Toronto’s remains loaded with high-upside arms.
What sort of discount would a team get on Melky Cabrera? Not a massive one.
Deals like this week’s blockbuster are rare for any team. What are the day-in, day-out moves that Alex Anthopoulus has tended to make, and is likely to continue to make, to finish building a contender?
Matt watched a game that nobody should watch.