The 2017 season has come and gone, but with it, the Boston Red Sox got their third baseman back through the resurgence of Pablo Sandoval.
Josh Reddick, Jason Castro, and Andrew Cashner have all signed deals, but what else is going on? Plus, we ask YOU to get involved.
Dombrowski will get plenty of credit for this Red Sox team, and he deserves his share. But let’s not forget about the pieces put in place by Ben Cherington.
Since 2010, every even year has meant a World Series for the Giants. We like to joke, but… how have they done it? And, could they really do it again?
One week is in the books and every team has had a chance to start fresh. That’s how our weekly power rankings will begin—without taking into account preseason predictions, projections, assumptions, or anything of the sort.
Pablo’s making lots of money to sit on the bench, Michael Bourn is making lots of money to not play, and more as real, meaningful baseball returns.
Sandoval and Ramirez were busts, but it was the pitching staff that presented the most problems.
It was an odd year, after all, but there was plenty to take away (good and bad) from SF in 2015.
Could Boston flip Buchholz for some kind of rotation help?
Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval put up their worst seasons of their respective career in 2015 with Boston. Can either of them turn it around?
A look at the most recent MLB signings, including Russell Martin’s five-year deal with the Toronto Blue Jays.
Are the Kansas City Royals about to blow up a roster that nearly won a World Series?
San Francisco ace Madison Bumgarner carried the Giants to their third World Series title in five years.
When looking at Pablo Sandoval and the San Francisco Giants, this question isn’t exactly as clear as for other players.