There it is.
MLB Free Agency
What’s next for New York?
Jacoby Ellsbury is off to a promising start in 2017, but his Yankees tenure overall has been anything but thus far. But has he been as bad as we think?
After establishing his career with the Diamondbacks, then having to rebuild it, Daniel Hudson is off to start a new chapter with the Pirates.
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.
If there was any hope to a return to the 2013-14 version of Carlos Gómez, it started during the second half of last season with the Texas Rangers.
Let’s talk about the shortstop options of this free agent market. They’re not good. Not good at all. So without further ado, we present Erick Aybar.
Day 3 of our lineup-building exercise brings us to one of the lower points of this FA market: second base. But in Sean Rodriguez, you have a solid option.
Mike Napoli set a career high in plate appearances and HRs last season. Even at 35 years old, he still holds plenty of value… if his power remains.
Remember when we experimented with building a rotation of free agents? Now it’s time to construct a lineup, starting with catcher Wilson Ramos.
We come to the end of our free agent rotation-building exercise with Tommy Milone, a man on the fringes after going through a rough 2016 season.
Our rotation-building exercise has been primarily cost-effective, and Mat Latos is no exception. But will clubs overlook how bad he’s become?
If you were tasked with assembling a starting rotation of soon-to-be official free agents, which five would you select? Let’s start with Henderson Álvarez.
Should you get paid less for being good at your job? No, so why do we think athletes should? The focus this time: José Bautista.