Where do they go after a disappointing season?
by: Jeremy Cluff, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 28 Oct
The Diamondbacks entered 2020 considered by some as a possible World Series contender. They won't have to worry about that in 2021.
by: stevev — Sox Machine 28 Oct
PREAMBLE I feel like I’m rushing this but I’m okay with it as a starting point. The 2020 Sox were a bright point in a dark year. Well, here we are: we need 1) To fix the starting staff; 2) add a DH; 3) add a RF; 4) add a LH bat. I guess a […]
by: David Schoenfield, ESPN Senior Writer — ESPN Chicago: White Sox Report 28 Oct
Sure, the 2020 season just ended. No, we haven't a clue how the offseason will play out. We're ranking all 30 MLB teams for next year anyway.
by: Dan Szymborski — FanGraphs 27 Oct
Looking back at the 2020 ZiPS offensive projections.
by: Andy Vanfossan — Fansided: Puckett's Pond 21 Oct
With the 2010s decade closed off after this season, we compare the 2000s Minnesota Twins vs. the 2010s Minnesota Twins to see which decade was best! With a...
by: Chris Henderson — Fansided: Jays Journal 18 Oct
I expect the Blue Jays will look to improve the roster this off-season, but it may be another year before we see an "all-in" approach, and there ...
by: Kellan Olson — Arizona Sports 13 Oct
An underwhelming season usually puts change in the forecast, and the Arizona Diamondbacks' 2020 campaign certainly qualifies.
by: Joel Sherman — New York Post 10 Oct
Travel back to Game 2 of the AL Division Series. Though it is not a place where the Yankees want to spend much time. When I asked Brian Cashman, 24 hours later, about the controversial pitching
by: Jonathan Mayo — MLB: Twins 8 Oct
With alternate sites coming to an end, MLB Pipeline is recapping the development highlights for the prospects involved for each organization. Top position prospect: Royce Lewis, SS (No. 1 on Top 30) The Twins could flip a coin for this category and...
by: Jim McLennan — SB Nation: AZ Snakepit 6 Oct
After a disappointing season, the case for change could be made.
by: Steve Gilbert — MLB: Diamondbacks 3 Oct
The 2020 season may be over for the D-backs, but their front office’s work has only just begun. Along with the coaching staff, Arizona’s front office has spent the past week in meetings dissecting the 60-game season before the planning for 2021...