MLB is about to get their next star—Japanese superstar Shohei Otani.
Would anyone in Memphis blame Zach Randolph or Tony Allen if they ditched them for a contender? Then again, would either of them actually consider doing so?
The stars have never aligned for Paul Millsap. And once again, it’s looking like the same old story. But what makes the Nuggets his likely landing spot?
It’s not as though the Cardinals often spend big in free agency, so what’s the harm in extending their franchise catcher, Yadier Molina, a few more years?
Football—the ultimate ‘F’ word in a sport full of them. Others include ‘free,’ as in free agency; ‘first,’ as in first round—but what does it all mean?
Hoyer isn’t a franchise QB, but he’s not bad enough to get you one. Fullbacks aren’t important; and why are teams signing former Pats to lucrative deals?
To say the markets for Mark Trumbo, José Bautista, and Edwin Encarnación have been strange would be under-selling it, but should either have taken the QO?
Andrew McCutchen might soon be on the move, as might Jay Bruce. But both Jon Jay and Matt Joyce found new homes this past week. What can they provide?
Josh Reddick, Jason Castro, and Andrew Cashner have all signed deals, but what else is going on? Plus, we ask YOU to get involved.
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.
Straying from the obvious choice when it comes to LF in this FA market, we look to Brandon Moss, hoping his 2nd half of 2016 doesn’t become a trend.
He’s going to be expensive for anyone going after him, but he’s also one of the better bats on the market. We move on to third base, and Justin Turner.
Monday & Tuesday looked at the more promising, yet still cost-effective, of a dire SP free agent market. Wednesday’s price increases with Jeremy Hellickson.
Jhoulys Chacín had a very serviceable second half, and coming off his age-28 season figures to have plenty left to offer as teams ready for free agency.
There’s nothing wrong with testing the market, but downsides still exist. We look at Brock Osweiler and others who took their talents elsewhere this season.
In the case of Jon Singleton and now Gregory Polanco, it should never be questioned when a young athlete is securing his future earlier than we’re used to. Hundreds of millions is ideal for any athlete, but $35 million before you’ve truly broken out? That’s not so shabby either.
Our 2015 NBA offseason review concludes with a look at teams in the Southwest Division.
Even with the NBA’s salary cap increasing next summer, a few teams inked curiously expensive contracts this offseason. Were they only outbidding themselves?