After 20 years in the majors, Carlos Beltrán called it quits. But with the Yankees set to interview him tomorrow, he may not be away for long.
Carlos Beltrán is finally walking from baseball. But goodness, what a career it’s been.
In January, Matt Holliday turns 37. And in ’17, begins his 14th MLB season—this time, with the Yankees. So far, he’s been nothing if not consistent.
It took nearly 12 years, but Carlos Beltrán decided to return to the Houston Astros. What does he add to their offense? And, will his 20th year be his last?
If you’re looking for a cost-effective option to fill out your bench (maybe even a fourth outfielder), look no further than the ever-consistent Matt Joyce.
Of the AL’s division winners—the Rangers, Indians, and Red Sox—which club poses the biggest threat? And, how much will injuries play a factor?
Much like the Blue Jays, the Yanks need pitching help. Also much like the Jays, they could send a bat the other way for one.
We know who the superstars are, but which players have sort of flown in under the radar during their team’s postseason chase?
Seattle made its biggest move in franchise history, while New York didn’t overpay a player for once.
Teams that can afford to pay big salaries these days will spend well over market value for players who are near the end of their prime. This is the way the baseball world works.
Carlos Beltran is a wanted man. Several teams are in on the chase, but who will land him? Let’s take a look at the possibilities.