While the world watches Lester, the Cubs fill in the middle of their rotation.
A bad breakup might not keep the Giants and Melky from getting back together, while another team is in the Headley sweepstakes.
The White Sox continue to follow through on their vow to be aggressive this offseason, signing Adam LaRoche to bat in the middle of the order.
Tomorrow is Saturday
And Sunday comes after … wards
I don’t want this Hit List to end
How much did each move yesterday affect the playoff picture? We let PECOTA and our playoff odds answer that.
Milwaukee upgrades outfield defense for stretch run.
Reviewing the transactions we didn’t write about but, in retrospect, wish we had.
The Phillies install Grady Sizemore atop their lineup, the Cardinals finally have to fix the backup catcher spot, and Jeff Francis heads to the Yankees.
The Angels and Pirates swap Ernesto Frieri and Jason Grilli.
The Red Sox drop Chris Capuano, Jose Tabata is outrighted, and Scott Downs is looking for work.
The Astros and Jonathan Singleton make plans together, the Marlins trade a draft pick, and the Braves call up a new arm.
The Orioles get a catcher in a pinch, the Mets drop another closer, and Troy Patton is Troy packin’. Because he got traded.
Jones didn’t make it into the Annual this year, but now he’s contributing. Here’s why/how/what/etc.
The Mariners send Nick Franklin back down, the Twins know when to Fuld ’em, and Carter Capps will face harder chaps.