While there is likely no reality where a Trout trade actually happens, it’s impossible to ignore the rough patch the Angels are in, and face going forward.
Khris Davis was traded, Jenrry Mejía was banned from baseball, and more as we inch closer to the 2016 season.
There’s no other way to say this: New York’s bullpen is terrifying.
Two parts to this, with Part 1 focusing on what’s important.
Daniel Murphy has a new home, and more from the week that was in MLB.
This week in MLB was low key, but there’s always something to talk about.
As our 30 Trades in 30 Days comes to an end, we discuss Colorado’s Carlos Gonzalez.
The Padres have already moved Kimbrel, and it’s time to attempt moving Shields.
In the 100th edition of The Wind Up, we compile 100 thoughts on the offseason so far and predict 2016.
Daniel Hudson may have finally fully worked his way back from two UCL tears, but does he have a spot on this Arizona team?
With the addition of Jason Heyward, it’s becoming better and better for Cubs fans.
Matt Cain may have fallen to fourth in SF’s rotation, but there’s still time to rediscover his form.
Will we ever start taking these issues more seriously?
Crawford is overpriced, aging, and his talents are diminishing. Could he be moved?
The Reds are already shopping Frazier, but that doesn’t mean they should settle for just anything.
Yesterday was pretty fun for an hour, and boy did MLB make that hour worthwhile.
It may not happen this winter, but trading Jonathan Lucroy is a big step in Milwaukee’s rebuild.
The Cubs reportedly informed Castro he won’t be moved; let’s pretend anyway.