This offseason hasn’t been kind to bigger names on the market…
Is there a chance?
Is he worth it?
Wednesday night, very little pitching was on display. Then Archie Bradley showed up.
Zack Greinke is still missing that elusive World Series ring, and he’s got a tall order tonight.
By now, I guess we’ve learned not to sleep on the Cubs.
Another MLB postseason is upon us; here’s how the wild card round could surprise.
Remember when Jonathan Lucroy was almost an MVP? Remember when he was worth Lewis Brinson in a trade? Well, he was just traded for some guy one year later.
Turns out, Bryce Harper is (still) extremely good at baseball! Plus, the Brewers are surprising and the Rockies finally have pitching. What’s going on?
Bryce Harper is at it again, Eric Thames is being cruel to baseballs, and then there’s Scooter. What can we say about the first couple weeks of the season?
This week, we touch on bad fantasy baseball decisions involving Yoenis Céspedes, the lack of run support for MadBum, Holland’s return and plenty more.
As yet another MLB season gets underway, we look at a handful of teams that could make a run—like the Rockies and Tigers, for starters.
A torn labrum ended Mark Brownson’s MLB career prematurely, sending him down a tragic path. His ex-wife, Stephanie, spoke on the addictions he battled.
In the end, heavily sought-after reliever Greg Holland—who didn’t pitch at all last year—chose Colorado. Why? Well, maybe they’re closer than we think.
Brett Anderson burst on to the scene in 2009, but ever since hasn’t been able to stay on the field consistently. Now he gets a shot with the champions.
Bryce Harper gets a massive raise but remains underpaid. Plus, more from arbitration-avoiding weekend—including what our favorite one-year deal is.
Not every MLB transaction will shake you to your core, but Koji Uehara, Mike Dunn, Junichi Tazawa, and Brad Ziegler all found new homes this past week.
Dexter Fowler spent two years in Chicago, put up his best numbers, and helped them win a ring. Then he got paid—and he’s earned every cent.