Offseason trading can put you in murkier waters than in-season talks, so Jeff offers advice to help clearythe path to a deal.
“Jonny, will I ever see you again?” “Sure you will, kid. You know goodbyes aren’t forever.”
We’re at the “playoff teams acquire their designated pinch-runner” stage of the season.
Get yer Marlon Byrd puns here! Get yer Randy Wolf jokes here! Get yer … well, there aren’t any Neal Cotts jokes.
Contenders make some additions to fill in minor gaps down the stretch and into the playoffs.
Lessons Jeff learned over the past week.
Among the slew of moves made leading up to the trade deadline, there were some notable non-moves that also deserve analysis
Merrily merrily merr– wait, I already made this joke. Cespedes is going to the Mets.
The Twins, Blue Jays, and many others stock their bullpens for the stretch run.
The Yankees acquire white whale Dustin Ackley, the Pirates bolster their bullpen, and the Giants solidify their rotation with Mike Leake.
The Dodgers traded for seven players in one three-way trade, including Mat Latos and Alex Wood. Hector Olivera, among others, heads the other way.
Now the Blue Jays’d come so far and they’d waited so long just to end up caught outside the playoffs where everything goes wrong
Brandon Moss heads to St. Louis for former first round pick Rob Kaminsky. Analysis of the transaction awaits within
Strategy, process, and decision-making help for your deadline dealing.
The Phillies finally trade their ace and get back a big package of prospects from one of the most exciting farm systems in baseball.