Ahead of the 2016 season, is St. Louis falling behind Chicago and Pittsburgh?
Through two years of his four-year contract, Jhonny Peralta has been just fine in St. Louis. But it’s time to starting looking for a backup.
Are the ghosts of 2011 that lingered through 2013 now finally behind Milwaukee’s slugger?
With the regular season ending today, The Wind Up says goodbye to 2014.
The St. Louis Cardinals, arguably the smartest organization in professional sports, agreed to pay this 31-year old $13.25MM per year over the next four seasons.
Which big names will stay with their current clubs? Which big names will test the market? Here’s a position-by-position breakdown of the more notable potential 2014 MLB free agents.
Everth was having a career year, but it all goes down the drain with this recent suspension