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.
Bryce Harper gets a massive raise but remains underpaid. Plus, more from arbitration-avoiding weekenda��including what our favorite one-year deal is.
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.
Dexter Fowler spent two years in Chicago, put up his best numbers, and helped them win a ring. Then he got paida��and he’s earned every cent.
In January, Matt Holliday turns 37. And in ’17, begins his 14th MLB seasona��this time, with the Yankees. So far, he’s been nothing if not consistent.
Winter Meetings approach, but we’re going to tend to some non-tender business first. How quickly could Tyson Ross or Chris Carter find employment again?
He’s going to be expensive for anyone going after him, but he’s also one of the better bats on the market. We move on to third base, and Justin Turner.
Jhoulys ChacA�n had a very serviceable second half, and coming off his age-28 season figures to have plenty left to offer as teams ready for free agency.
Jose De Leon makes his second career start for the Los Angeles Dodgers, plus a handful of more secondary starts from Cole, Santana, and others.
Does Tim Tebow have a future in MLB? Maybe, maybe not. His workout went better than expected, and he’s already drawn interest. What path should he take?
Forget about the ESPYsa��we’ve got the Disney Afternoon Awards, but for baseball. As MLB’s second half continues, who has stood out, and for what reasons?
With these big contracts out of worka��Reyes not withstandinga��but their contracts still on the books, is there a future for Castillo, Crawford, or Guerrero?
The Twins are bad, but Joe Mauer is good. The Cubs are ridiculous, and Jason Heyward hasn’t even heated up yet. That and plenty more as another week begins.
When the Rockies signed Taiwanese pitcher Chin-hui Tsao, hype rained down for yearsa��his ability never translated to MLB, but that wasn’t his only problem.
The Preseason Rankings roll on. Now that they’re done trying, will the Padres be worse in 2016?
Jamey Wright and the brothers Weeks. It’s our final chapter of the non-roster invitees series.
The Brewers rebuilding offseason continues, Andruw Jones is retiring, and more from this past week.
Sorry, National League, it’s time for a change.