The MLB free agent market may finally start moving again. So before it does, we picked the destinations for Mark Trumbo, Chris Carter, and plenty more.
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When the Rockies signed Taiwanese pitcher Chin-hui Tsao, hype rained down for years—his ability never translated to MLB, but that wasn’t his only problem.
Mike Trout is incredible, but he can’t do it alone. Unfortunately, the Angels have failed to build around him—particularly in the outfield.
As another week in baseball passes, commissioner Rob Manfred appears to be close to an important decision.
We’re past the midway point of February and Austin Jackson is still unemployed. How?
As Stephen Strasburg embarks on what is likely his last season in Washington, we ponder what could have been.
A one-year deal worth $3 million is all it took to get Mat Latos. Other teams might be kicking themselves for that come season’s end.
It’s February 5 and Yovani Gallardo remains unsigned. Here’s who should change that.
As the offseason continues, we look at the reported growing interest surrounding Dexter Fowler.
Daniel Murphy has a new home, and more from the week that was in MLB.
What can we expect from the three notable starters who signed one-year deals this week?
For Cubs fans, expectation may be the scariest word in the English language in 2016.
David Price is set to become an extremely rich man, but what else can we expect out of the pitching market?
Instead of breaking down all of the notable names, let’s pick a position-by-position lineup of the best.
Why won’t these three 2015 postseason clubs make a splash in the offseason?
Daniel Murphy should expect a pay raise in 2016 and beyond, but don’t let his postseason cloud your judgment.
Trickier than the first two, but just as necessary: the Orioles need ot see what they can get for JJ Hardy.
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.