Passed Ball

Oh, what could have been. This season was brimming with storylines. Could the Dodgers finally get over the hump with the addition of Mookie Betts? Would Gerrit Cole anchor the Yankees' rotation en route to their first World Series in what feels like a lifetime for Yankees fans? Would Wander Franco make the Rays roster... Continue Reading →

That’s a Lot of Trouts, Mike

How much would you pay if you, a baseball team owner, knew you were getting the greatest player of his generation, and likely one of the greatest players to ever play the game? For Angels owner Arte Moreno, the answer is $430-million over twelve years. That's how much the Angels will be paying superstar outfielder... Continue Reading →

Something Brewing in Milwaukee? Not Just Yet

Last week the Brewers--the Brewers, of all teams!--finally set fire to baseball's cryogenically-frozen Hot Stove by trading for Christian Yelich, then signing free agent outfielder Lorenzo Cain to a five-year, $80-million contract. The moves demonstrate a front office that is determined to build on last season's 86-76 record and make the postseason in 2018. But... Continue Reading →

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