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.
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 EncarnaciA?n for the next few seasons just makes them all the scarier.
To say the markets for Mark Trumbo, JosA� Bautista, and Edwin EncarnaciA?n have been strange would be under-selling it, but should either have taken the QO?
Mike Napoli had a resurgence in 2016 with Cleveland while Chris Carter led the NL in home runs… and was non-tendered. But just how different are the two?
How long can the Baltimore Orioles keep this up? That and more in our latest power rankings.
New GM Jerry Dipoto has already made four trades since taking over in Seattle, but that shouldn’t stop him from making another.
An ambidextrous pitcher, the end of an iconic ballpark feature in Houston, and more from the week in baseball.
Over the next couple of weeks I will again profile one player from each of the 30 major league teams. Those players will not necessarily be the franchise cornerstone, but they all will need to make a very positive contribution in order for their team to be successful in 2014.
While many big names had already changed places, these four days in Orlando still presented a handful of notable moves.