The MLB offseason has brought us next to nothing in terms of activity, but now we know where Giancarlo Stanton wants to play baseball next season.
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?
Hanley Ramírez doesn’t have to be David Ortiz, and Kris Bryant looks to improve on an incredible 2016. That and more as pitchers and catcher report.
It’s been lost past time for the Angels to start helping Mike Trout, but over the past couple months they’ve done just that—little by little. Is it enough?
From Michael Brantley’s and Sonny Gray’s health to Zack Greinke’s and Jason Heyward’s performance, we’ve got questions ahead of the 2017 MLB season.
Over the weekend, the Kansas City Royals got their likely DH in Brandon Moss. But, there’s one other name they should’ve turned to first.
We’re almost through January and the MLB Offseason has stalled. So, let’s look back at some of the most promising additions over the past few months.
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.
The Dodgers really needed a second baseman, so after passing on the price for Brian Dozier, they gave up a promising prospect for Logan Forsythe instead.
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.
It hasn’t been one of the easier offseason markets to navigate for slugger José Bautista, but after everything, he’ll be sticking with Toronto after all.
Not much went right for the Kansas City Royals in 2016, but at least there was Danny Duffy. And now he’ll be around for several more years to come.
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.
Bryce Harper gets a massive raise but remains underpaid. Plus, more from arbitration-avoiding weekend—including what our favorite one-year deal is.
When the offseason started, you could’ve made the case that Iván Nova was going to sign for much more money. Not so. But what does he bring to Pittsburgh?
After establishing his career with the Diamondbacks, then having to rebuild it, Daniel Hudson is off to start a new chapter with the Pirates.
MLB’s offseason continues to drag along, nobody wants to spend money on home run hitters, and Manny Ramirez is going to play baseball again.
Imagine a fully healthy Cleveland ballclub in 2017. Adding Edwin Encarnación for the next few seasons just makes them all the scarier.