Archive for November 2014

Take a look back at some of the top plays of this year’s postseason.

Player agent Casey Close likes opt out clauses. Why do the teams agree to them?

Miami may be halfway respectable, thanks to pitching and young outfielders

To this writer’s surprise, the player was never told why he wasn’t used in the postseason.

Player salaries are lagging behind baseball’s growth.

Start with a ‘mutant super-closer.’

A freak offseason injury will test the depth in Texas

Perhaps it’s because they are asking for too much

Some players have been waiting a long time for Tanaka to leave the market

A breakdown of yesterday’s trade

With Cano in the fold, can the Mariners win the division?

The Athletics win the busiest team of the week award with the roster remodeling

Monday’s deadline swelled the ranks of the free agent pool

The signings of Nolasco and Hughes appear futile, but they may indirectly help the club long term

Today we take a look at one of 2013’s surprise top relievers

A recent contract extension will keep Lincecum in San Francisco for another two seasons

A top catcher becomes a non-catcher in real baseball, but fantasy owners still benefit

An under-the-radar prospect with a strong September audition

A prospect with major league experience

David DeJesus just signed the latest multi-year contract, but does he have a purpose in fantasy?