For a taste of what’s to come this offseason, here’s the wind up, in all its offseason glory.
The Lakers are always expected to attract big free agents, but they’ve done nothing of the sort in recent years.
The Knicks have to be aggressive in free agency, but whom should they target?
A look at five players who have one year left on their contract to prove they deserve big money in free agency next season.
The way of the small-market club has always been to get the most sensible deal out there. Two teams did just that this week with reasonable deals involving Balfour and Garza.
While Kansas City hasn’t shocked the baseball world by signing big names such as Shin-Soo Choo, Brian McCann, Carlos Beltran or Jacoby Ellsbury, they’ve done very well to fill team needs with sufficient levels of talent without having to overpay.
While many big names had already changed places, these four days in Orlando still presented a handful of notable moves.
Teams that can afford to pay big salaries these days will spend well over market value for players who are near the end of their prime. This is the way the baseball world works.
Aged pitchers like Roy Halladay, Johan Santana, and Bronson Arroyo will catch on somewhere, but it won’t be because they’re the studs these five free agents could prove to be.
The 2014 free market class is loaded with talent that many teams would love to sign, but who are the players that each team needs to focus on specifically?
the week the media loves. It’s the week attention is pulled away from the gridiron toward anything but (IGF-1, anyone?). The NFLâs 2012 season culminates Sunday in what promises to be a spectacular